Jun 26, 2002 Press Release
“The Pledge of Allegiance is a free expression of patriotism and unity that should be encouraged, not stripped away by a liberal court in San Francisco. If Senate Democrats are listening, we need common-sense judges, and we need them now.”
Jun 21, 2002 Press Release
Today, Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, voted make the Portman-Cardin Retirement Savings provisions permanent. The Retirement Savings Security Act of 2002, H.R. 4931, allows Americans to save more in their IRA’s and 401(k)-type plans.
Jun 18, 2002 Press Release
“Americans have sent a clear message to Congress, ‘seniors need a prescription drug benefit now.’ We can no longer rely on rhetoric and empty promises, we must take action now to make sure that seniors receive help,” said Rep. Wilson
Jun 13, 2002 Press Release
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, today voted in support of H.R. 4019, a bill that makes permanent the marriage tax relief passed last year. The bill passed on a vote of 271-142.
Jun 13, 2002 Press Release
“Tomorrow will mark the 227th birthday of the United States Army, the most powerful ground force the world has ever known. Since June 14, 1775, the Army has not rested in defense of freedom and democracy. Today, our brave soldiers are on the front lines defending the American people in the War on Terrorism,” said Rep. Wilson.
Jun 12, 2002 Article
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, today voted in support of H.J. Res. 96, a Constitutional amendment on tax limitation, which would require a supermajority of two-thirds in Congress to pass a tax hike. The bill failed to pass on a vote of 227-178.
Jun 12, 2002 Press Release
“I’m very pleased with the leadership of President Bush and his administration on forming the new department,” said Rep. Wilson. “It shows the President’s continued determination to do everything possible in protecting our nation while fighting the war against terrorism and beyond.”
Jun 10, 2002 Article
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, today made the following remarks in response to President Bush’s proposal of creating a new Department of Homeland Security.
Jun 10, 2002 Editorial
Since the historic welfare reforms first passed by the Republican Congress in 1996, welfare caseloads have been cut in half, child hunger has been nearly cut in half, the poverty rates for black children and single mothers are both at all-time lows, and the number of children living in two-parent families has increased.
Jun 10, 2002 Article
"During the Memorial Day Congressional recess I served on a House Armed Services Committee delegation headed by Rep. Curt Weldon, R-PA, for an around-the-globe visit with political and military leaders of Russia, Uzbekistan, China, South Korea and U.S. troops overseas."