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Apr 3, 2002 Press Release
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, met with Indian Ambassador Lalit Mansingh and Indian Minister Ajay Swarup at the Second Congressional District office last week. Ambassador Mansingh spoke to the Congressman about how the partnership between America and India has greatly improved since the end of the Cold War.
Apr 3, 2002 Press Release
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, will appear at the Lexington County and Richland County Department of Social Services offices to recognize the work of the individual employees.
Mar 20, 2002 Editorial
This spring, Congress will be dealing with the reauthorization of the historic welfare reforms made in 1996. During my 17-year tenure in the S.C. Senate, I fought for elevating those on welfare out of poverty, and I am eager to work with my colleagues on Capitol Hill and President Bush.
Mar 20, 2002 Press Release
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, welcomed the decision on Congressional redistricting by the Federal Court, keeping Fort Jackson in the Second District.
Mar 14, 2002 Press Release
"Over the last decade, democracy has flourished in Bulgaria, and its economy grew 5 percent last year. In the war on terrorism, Bulgaria has been an enthusiastic ally of NATO and the United States. The people of Bulgaria have warmly reestablished friendships with the people of America."
Mar 8, 2002 Press Release
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, today voted for H.R. 3090 to promote economic growth through job creation as well extending unemployment benefits to who those who have lost their jobs.
Mar 5, 2002 Press Release
“Joe Wilson has shown his colors to the taxpayers of South Carolina and those living all across America,” said taxpayer advocate Grover Norquist, who heads ATR in Washington. “With a 100% score, South Carolina taxpayers need not worry where Rep. Wilson’s interests lie. Wilson represents taxpayers, not the raptorial government spending lobbies that swarm around his office building in Washington.”
Feb 28, 2002 Press Release
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, today applauded the President for his commitment to welfare reform, and called for continuing the push for more needed reforms.
Feb 14, 2002 Article
U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson on Thursday announced that he had successfully added $2 million for improvements on U.S. 278 back into the federal omnibus budget bill, less than a week after Sen. Fritz Hollings was forced to omit it.
Feb 14, 2002 Press Release
“Over one million people have lost their jobs since September 11th,” said Rep. Wilson. “Today, the House of Representatives took action to help these hardworking Americans get paychecks, not just unemployment checks.”