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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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Energy & Commerce Democrats Urge FCC to Reverse Course on Lifeline Modernization Order
Washington, DC – Congressman Doyle (D-PA-14) announced today that he and 14 other members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee had sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai today urging him to reverse his action blocking implementation of the FCC’s Lifeline Modernization Order.   “In today’s world, telecommunications services are essential for every aspect of life,” Congressman Doyle said in discussing the letter to the FCC. “For a number of years, the federal Lifeline program has helped low-income Americans get access to essential telecommunications services. Lifeline originally covered land-line phone service, but as technology changed, Lifeline expanded to cover cell phones and, more recently, broadband. Chairman Pai’s recent decision to halt the implementation of the Lifeline Modernization Order shuts off access to broadband for thousands of low-income Americans across the country. Our letter urges Chairman Pai to reconsider thi
Congressmen Doyle and Smith Reintroduce Legislation to Protect Family Pets
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (D-PA-14) announced that he and Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ-4) have reintroduced the Pet Safety and Protection Act, legislation to protect companion animals from illegal sale for use in laboratory experiments. The Pet Safety and Protection Act (H.R. 1141) would prohibit “Class B” animal dealers from selling dogs and cats to researchers.   "Over their long history, Class B dealers have racked up an atrocious record of illegal activity and cruelty to animals,” Congressman Doyle said today. “This program has been an unmitigated disaster – and worst of all, it’s unnecessary. Congress should have shut it down years ago. That's why we're re-introducing the Pet Safety and Protection Act – to end the Class B dealer problem once and for all.  I urge my colleagues to pass this bill to put an end to this industry and the waste of resources it entails, to ensure the integrity of scientific research, and to protect American fami
Town Hall Meeting on Health Care Saturday March 18
Doors open at 1:00 p.m. Click here for a color copy of the handout packet for the meeting
Representatives Kinzinger and Doyle Introduce the ‘NUKE’ Act
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) and Congressman Mike Doyle (D-PA) introduced H.R.1320, the Nuclear Utilization of Keynote Energy’ (NUKE) Act.  The legislation puts in place a framework for Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) fees to increase transparency and provide long-term certainty for nuclear plants. The bill also provides greater transparency and certainty in the licensing process for new plants, calls for reports on other issues facing the nuclear energy industry, and requires the NRC to begin a rulemaking process on decommissioning, giving the public a voice in the process.  On introducing the legislation today, Congressman Kinzinger released the following statement: “Nuclear power is incredibly important for the district I represent, and for the country. Across Illinois, nuclear contributes nearly $9 billion annually and the four plants in my district employ over 3,500 people. I’ve visited these plants and know we need to make the regulator

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