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Congressman Mark Pocan

Representing the 2nd District of Wisconsin

In The News

Mar 24, 2013 In The News

MADISON (WKOW)-- Several hundred postal workers rallied outside the main post office  in Madison. Several workers held signs and waved at passing cars as they spoke out against the recent decision to eliminate service on Saturdays.

Mar 21, 2013 In The News

As the U.S. House has debated budget priorities in recent days, two Wisconsinites have been in the limelight.
 
One is Capitol Hill careerist Paul Ryan, the Janesville Republican who came to Washington almost a quarter century ago and whose experience in the private sector would be generously described as “slim.”
 

Mar 19, 2013 In The News

As the son of two small-business owners, it’s no surprise that for more than half of my life, I too have owned my own small business. When I was 23 years old, I opened a specialty printing shop in Madison, Wis., that I run to this day, and I firmly believe small businesses are the backbone of our local economies.

Mar 12, 2013 In The News

Wisconsin Congressman Mark Pocan, a Democrat on the House Budget Committee, said on March 12 that colleague Paul Ryan's budget proposal does not reflect the values of their state.
 
The budget committee, which Ryan chairs, is expected to consider the proposal on March 13.
 

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Mar 12, 2013 In The News

Just a day before the U.S. House of Representatives unveils its federal budget proposal, a local congressman lobbied against Republican initiatives to cut social programs at a retirement home in downtown Madison Monday.
 

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Feb 27, 2013 In The News

U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan today said Congress needs to focus on economic growth and job creation instead of spending cuts, criticizing the impending sequester for its austerity in his debut speech on the floor of the House.

Feb 22, 2013 In The News

Accurately describing the March 1 "sequestration" as a "budget tornado" that will undermine jobs, education and health care in Wisconsin, Congressman Mark Pocan is proposing smart alternatives to dumb cuts.
 

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