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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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Doyle-Barton Bill to Help Wounded Police Officers is Signed into Law
Washington, DC - Today, legislation introduced by U.S. Representatives Mike Doyle (D-PA) and Joe Barton (R-TX) was signed into law.    The Wounded Officers Recovery Act (H.R. 3298) amends the United States Capitol Police Memorial Fund so that any United States Capitol Police employee who is seriously injured in the line of duty will be eligible for assistance from the fund, which is supported exclusively by private donations. Until now, federal law only allowed the fund to disburse money to families of officers killed in the line of duty.    The two Congressmen introduced the bipartisan Wounded Officers Recovery Act of 2017 (H.R. 3298) with more than 100 Members of Congress as cosponsors on July 19. It was passed by the House on July 24 by voice vote. The bill was amended and passed by Unanimous Consent in the Senate on July 27, and the slightly altered bill was agreed to unanimously by the House the same afternoon and sent to the White House for signature.    “The Wounded Offi
Congressional Baseball Team Managers Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Help Wounded Capitol Police Officers
Washington, DC -- U.S. Representatives Mike Doyle (D-PA) and Joe Barton (R-TX) introduced the Wounded Officers Recovery Act of 2017 (H.R. 3298) on behalf of over one hundred Members of Congress - including each player in this year’s Congressional Baseball Game. The bipartisan bill would amend the law governing the United States Capitol Police Memorial Fund to expand eligibility for financial support to include any United States Capitol Police employee who has been injured in the line of duty. The fund at present only allows funds donated to be distributed to families of officers killed in the line of duty. A companion bill will be introduced by the Senate baseball team members later this week. “Over the years, a number of Capitol Police Officers have been killed or injured in the line of duty,” Congressman Doyle observed. “Every member of the House and Senate understand the risks that are willingly taken by these officers every day to keep us, our staffs, and the Capitol’s m
Doyle Calls Out Trump FCC for Anti-Consumer, Anti-Competition Agenda
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Member Doyle, the Ranking Democratic Member on the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Communications and Technology made the following statement at the beginning of the Subcommittee’s oversight hearing on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).      “Thank you Chairman Blackburn for holding this long overdue hearing today, and thank you to the witnesses for finally appearing before us.  It is my sincere hope that we can make this a far more regular occurrence.     “I have spent my time in Congress and on this Committee as a strong advocate of competition, innovation, and opportunity. These are the pillars of a successful marketplace, and the driving force of our economy. When we act to weaken them we weaken our own economy and our country.       “Chairman Pai, in the time you have been the head this agency, we have seen an agenda that is anti-consumer, anti-small business, anti-competition, anti-innovatio
U.S. Representatives Introduce Bill Expanding Access to Federally Funded Research
Washington, DC – U.S. Representatives Mike Doyle (D-PA), Kevin Yoder (R-KS), and Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) today introduced legislation to increase the openness, transparency, and accessibility of publicly funded research results.   The Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act (FASTR) would require federal agencies with annual extramural research budgets of $100 million or more to provide the public with online access to research manuscripts stemming from funded research no later than six months after publication in a peer-reviewed journal.   “This bill will give the public greater access to the scientific research they’ve paid for,” Representative Doyle said today. “It will promote greater collaboration among researchers in the sciences, accelerate scientific innovation and discovery, and give the public a greater return on their investment in scientific and technological research It’s a simple, effective way to increase the productivity of our nation’s researchers



 
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