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May 13, 2004

Chicago, IL. ---- Hello, Im Congressman Bobby L. Rush. I represent the people of the 1st Congressional District of Illinois.

This week, the Justice Department announced its is partnering with the State of Mississippi to investigate the brutal murder of Emmett Till.

Issues:Veterans
May 12, 2004

Chicago, IL. ---- The following statement was released by Congressman Bobby L. Rush:

May 10, 2004

Chicago, IL. ---- Congressman Bobby L. Rush (D-IL) applauds the Justice Departments decision to partner with the State of Mississippi and investigate the 1955 murder of Emmett Till.

Issues:Veterans
May 10, 2004

Chicago, IL. ---- I want to thank the Dont Count Us Out Coalition of Chicago for inviting me here today.

As a member of the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet, I stand here today deeply concerned about how truthful Nielsen Media Research is when it comes to counting African-American and Latino television viewership.

Issues:Jobs
April 28, 2004

Chicago, IL. ---- U.S. Rep. Bobby L. Rush (IL.), released the following statement:
Postpartum depression is a critical issue, and one that all Americans should recognize as a serious and a debilitating disorder that affects childbearing women and their families everyday.

April 19, 2004

Good Morning:
Today, my Democratic colleagues and I stand here today to present a Congressional report that shows the harsh reality for those Chicagoans who have lost their jobs and continue to struggle to find work.

April 1, 2004

Washington, DC ---- Congressman Bobby L. Rush issued the following statement:

I am pleased that we are voting on H.R. 3550, The Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy For Users (TEA LU).

March 24, 2004


Washington, DC ---- Congressman Bobby L. Rush and Chicago Public Schools CEO Mr. Arne Duncan will announce an aggressive legislative initiative to authorize the Secretary of Education to enter into a partnership

Issues:Immigration
March 22, 2004

Washington, DC ---- Congressman Rush released the following statement: The Congressional Liaison Office recently notified me of the death of Illinois National Guardman Sgt. Ivory L. Phipps, age 44, who was killed on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 while with his unit at a logistics base in Baghdad when a mortar round hit and struck him with shrapnel. Sgt.