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ENG: Michael F. "Mike" Doyle (born August 5, 1953) is the U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania's 14th congressional district, serving since 1995. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district is based in Pittsburgh and includes most of Allegheny County. A native of Swissvale and graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, Doyle previously served as a member of the Swissvale Borough Council (1977–1981) and an aide to state Senator Frank Pecora (1979–1994). He was first elected to Congress in the 1994 Republican Revolution despite being a Democrat. Early life, education and career Doyle was born in Swissvale, Pennsylvania, to Irish and Italian parents. He graduated from Swissvale Area High School in 1971, and then enrolled at Pennsylvania State University. He ...
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Doyle Votes Against Debt Limit Bill

U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) voted against S. 365, legislation to raise the federal debt limit, cut government spending by nearly $1 trillion, and link a future increase in the debt limit to either passage of a balanced budget amendment or the enactment of an additional $1.2 trillion in cuts. He released the following statement after the bill was passed by the House of Representatives by a vote of 269 to 161. I voted against S. 365 because I believe it will kill jobs and choke off economic growth while making life harder for the Americans who are struggling the most. I believe the ...

Mike Doyle (D, PA-14) backtracks on ‘terrorist’ comments

Which is probably too long a title, at that. Anyway, Mikey Doyle is very, very sorry that the Tea Party thought that he was talking about them when he started spouting off about terrorists: U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle, D-Forest Hills, said he wasn’t comparing Tea Party members with terrorists when he used the word during a closed-door caucus meeting Monday, but was expressing frustration at President Obama’s negotiating tactics, which he said gave in too quickly to GOP demands in the debt ceiling debate. “Had I simply said hostage-taker, there wouldn’t be this reaction. I ...

Doyle Announces Carrie Furnace Funding

U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (D-PA14) announced that the Carrie Furnace Redevelopment site is the recipient of a $10 million grant through the Department of Transportation’s TIGER program. The project, totaling 168 acres over 5 municipalities, will bring in unprecedented economic growth in the Monongahela River Valley region of Allegheny Country. “I’m thrilled to announce this decision as I have been working with the administration to fund this critical project for some time now,” Congressman Doyle observed. “This project exemplifies innovation and demonstrates ...

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South Allegheny High School Student Wins Congressman Doyle’s 2017 Congressional Arts Competition
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) announced that Macy Kelly Ernst from South Allegheny High School won the First Place ribbon in the 2017 Congressional High School Arts Competition for the 14th Congressional District of Pennsylvania. Ms. Ernst’s artwork, a drawing in colored pencil and paint pen entitled “Wildfire,” will be displayed in a place of honor in the tunnel of the United States Capitol Building for the next year. Her work was selected out of a field of 60 entries from 15 schools in the 14th Congressional District.   The Second Place ribbon recipient was Jake Mysliwczyk from Baldwin High School for his photograph “Winter Descent.” His artwork will be displayed in Congressman Doyle’s Washington, DC, office. The Third Place award went to Jonah Grove from Pittsburgh CAPA for his acrylic painting entitled “Lizard.”  Mr. Grove’s painting will be displayed in Congressman Doyle’s Penn Hills office.  The Fourth Place ribbon went to
Congressmen Doyle and Capuano Start Petition to Protect Broadband Privacy
  Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (D-PA-14) announced that he and Representative Mike Capuano (D-MA-7) have started a petition on Whitehouse.gov calling on President Trump to veto S.J.Res. 34, legislation that would overturn a recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulation protecting Americans’ broadband internet privacy. Click here to read the petition.   “This bill has been rushed through both the House and Senate at breakneck speed with one clear goal – to get it signed into law before the American People know about it,” Congressman Doyle observed today after initiating the petition.    “Americans do not want their internet browsing history and sensitive personal information used by their ISP without their knowledge for advertising or any other purposes,” Congressman Capuano said earlier today. “I cannot imagine why anyone would support this.”   S.J.Res. 34 would overturn the FCC’s recent regulations requiring Internet Service Prov
Congressman Doyle Condemns FCC’s Decision on Business Data Service
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) released the following statement in response to the Federal Communications Commission’s decision this morning to deregulate markets for Business Data Service (BDS) in many parts of the country.   "The Trump Administration just adopted rules to make internet service even more expensive for small businesses, schools, libraries, and hospitals.     "The Federal Communications Commission studied the business internet service market for the better part of a decade, and it found widespread anti-competitive behavior by Internet Service Providers resulting in sky-high rates. ISPs overcharged customers by $75 billion over one 5-year period, for example.   "The Obama Administration had been poised to put into place new rules that would have curbed this bad behavior by ISPs, but in marked contrast, the Trump FCC has gone out of its way to make these services even more expensive and give ISPs more freedom to engage in anti-competiti
Congressman Doyle Leads Floor Fight to Protect Broadband Privacy
  Washington, DC – Congressman Doyle (D-PA-14) managed the Democrats’ opposition during House consideration of S.J.Res. 34, legislation that would overturn a recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulation protecting Americans’ broadband internet privacy.   In October, the FCC adopted rules to protect the privacy of internet users. These rules required broadband Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to secure consumers’ consent before using or sharing any of their sensitive information like financial information, social security numbers, or web browsing history.    “These modest rules don’t stop Internet Service Providers from using data for advertising, and profiling, and whatever else—so long as they ask first,” Congressman Doyle said on the House Floor. “Broadband providers see literally everything you do online. Without these rules, these companies don’t have to ask before selling all that information, and they don’t have to take “reasonable measur

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