WASHINGTON---- (February 14, 2006) Congressman Bobby L.
WASHINGTON ---(February 6, 2006) I want to applaud the national and community organizers on yet another successful National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Today is an important time for the African American community as it affords us the opportunity to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS, which continues to devastate our community at an alarmin
Chicago, IL. ----I am deeply saddened by the death of Coretta Scott King, widow of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. A motivating force, Mrs. King shared in the pain and promise of her husbands vision for racial harmony and social change.
Chicago, IL. ---- Congressman Bobby L. Rush will host two educational seminars on the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit Program Part D on the following dates and locations:
Washington D.C. ---- (November 10, 2005) - Congressman Bobby L. Rush issued the following statement regarding the likelihood of a new trial for Andrea Yates: