Today 18 Members of Congress, including Pete Olson introduced legislation to close the loophole to eliminate the special health care reform exemption for certain Congressional staff so that all Legislative Branch employees are treated the same. This legislation amends the enacted bill to correct a special exemption in the new law that moved some legislative staff into the new h
Rep Pete Olson today issued the following statement in support of Israel in the wake of recent events involving the United States and Israel relations:
Rep. Pete Olson today issued the following statement of congratulations to the International Space Station Program for winning the National Aeronautic Associationâ€™s prestigious Collier Trophy. This award is given annually to recognize the greatest achievement in aeronautics or astronautics in America.
Rep. Pete Olson, the Ranking Member of the Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee, today provided the following testimony before the House Budget Committee supporting the principles of American leadership in human space flight:
Rep. Pete Olson today questioned Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano about the nominee for Coast Guard Commandant and his stated goals for the department. Vice Admiral Robert J. Papp has been nominated to head up the Coast Guard. An internal memo he drafted outlines his vision for the department and drew questions from Members of Congress including Olson.
Washington D.C. - Today in a hearing of the House Science and Technology Committee featuring National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Administrator Charles Bolden, Members on both sides of the aisle voiced serious concerns about the shift in direction the Obama Administration has proposed for human space flight in the fiscal year (FY) 2011 budget request.
Rep. Pete Olson, the Ranking Member of the Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee, today questioned Dr. John Holdren, Assistant to the President for Science and Technology on the 2011 budget proposal for NASA and human space flight. Olson issued the following statement after the hearing:
Today, Houston area Congressmen Pete Olson, Kevin Brady, John Culberson, Michael McCaul, and Ted Poe issued the following statement challenging Speaker Pelosiâ€™s visit to the Port of Houston to tout stimulus jobs: