CONGRESSMAN JIM HIMES

Representing the 4th District of Connecticut

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April 22, 2011

WASHINGTON, DC--Congressman Jim Himes (CT-4) released the following statement on the situation in Libya.

April 22, 2011

WASHINGTON – Congressman Jim Himes (CT-4) today released the following statement in response to the U.S. Department of Treasury’s approval of Connecticut's State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) application. Connecticut's planned use of the SSBCI funds will help create new jobs and is expected to spur more than $133 million in additional small business lending in the state.

April 19, 2011

BRIDGEPORT, CT—In recognition of Earth Day, Congressman Jim Himes (CT-4) and Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch today toured three Bridgeport brownfields in various stages of revitalization.

April 18, 2011

Congressman Jim Himes released the following statement regarding predictions by the Secretary of the Treasury that the United States will likely reach its debt ceiling by May 16, 2011.

April 18, 2011

Rep. Himes released the following statement regarding the S&P’s announcement it will cut its U.S. ratings outlook to negative.

April 15, 2011

WASHINGTON, DC—Congressman Jim Himes (CT-4) opposed the budget presented by the House Majority today and, instead, supported an alternative proposal that would protect and reform Medicare and Medicaid while investing in the future and reducing the deficit.

April 14, 2011

Congressman Jim Himes (CT-4) released the following statement regarding his vote in favor of the Fiscal Year 2011 Continuing Appropriations Act.

April 12, 2011

WASHINGTON, DC—Congressman Jim Himes (CT-4) released the following statement in recognition of Equal Pay Day.

April 9, 2011

WASHINGTON, DC--Congressman Jim Himes (CT-4) released the following statement regarding the deal reached to fund the federal government for the rest of the year.

April 7, 2011

WASHINGTON, DC—Congressman Jim Himes (CT-4) released the following statement regarding his vote against the “Dirty Air Act,” which passed Congress this afternoon. The bill eliminates the enforcement authority of the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate any pollutant currently understood to impact climate change.

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