Washington DC- "The Yukon Review mischaracterized my remarks in the opening lead of their story published yesterday. However, they did accurately quote parts of my speech during the Canadian County Republican Convention held last Saturday."
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman Cole today voted for a House measure protecting pregnant mothers and their unborn children. By a vote of 254-163, the House approved the Unborn Victims of Violence Act (HR 1997), which will charge those who injure or kill an unborn child with a separate offense.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman Cole released the following statement upon the announcement by leaders of the Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs and the House Resources Committee today to move ahead with the mediation process concerning the Indian Trust issue.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today Senator Don Nickles and Congressman Tom Cole announced that the United States Department of Agriculture is sending $30,000 to help with egret rookery removal near Corum and Waurika Lake. These funds will be used to hire two additional employees to keep the egrets away from the area for the duration of the spring and summer.
Washington DC- Now more disabled veterans than ever before are receiving concurrent receipt because of the plan that was included in the Department of Defense Authorization Act of 2004 that passed in November. Hundreds of thousands of veterans will receive about $22 billion in additional payments over the next ten years for their service and sacrifice to our country.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - "The President has once again used the style of the union message to inform, inspire and rally the American people. He clearly defined the challenges we face at home and abroad and offered the type of bold leadership we have come to expect of him as our nation's commander in chief.
Washington DC- Congressman Tom Cole has been named a "Hero of the Taxpayer" by the Americans for Tax Reform. Each year Americans for Tax Reform issue their annual ratings identifying elected officials who support a pro-taxpayer agenda on 20 issues facing Congress. To be given this award, Representatives must receive an 85% or better ranking on the Americans for Tax Reform scorecard.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -Congressman Tom Cole today announced the names of students from Oklahoma's Fourth Congressional District who have received nominations to the U.S. Air Force, Merchant Marine, Military and Naval Academies' entering class of 2004.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - "Today marks a decisive moment in the struggle to re-establish a civil society in Iraq. The capture of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein is an important victory in the larger war on terrorism. His capture will surely be a giant step toward a more secure Iraq and a more peaceful Middle East," Congressman Tom Cole said.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman Cole voted today in favor of a responsible plan that funds America's priorities for 2004 while providing for key education, health and security initiatives. The Conference Report on H.R.