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ENG: Peter F. Welch (born May 2, 1947) is the U.S. Representative for Vermont's At-large congressional district, serving since 2007. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He previously served in the Vermont Senate where he was the Minority Leader and President pro tempore. Early life, education and career Welch was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1947. He attended local Catholic schools there (Holy Name Grammar School and Cathedral High School). Welch attended College of the Holy Cross, graduating magna cum laude in 1969. In 1973 he earned a law degree from Boalt Hall, the law school of the University of California, Berkeley. He was a partner for 30 years in the personal injury law firm Welch, Graham & Manby, White River Junction, Vermont. Welch is married to Margaret ...
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Welch pushes energy efficiency


Vermont Congressman Peter Welch has unveiled bipartisan legislation to create a nationwide energy efficiency program that he says will create jobs, save homeowners money and reduce carbon emissions. The Home Owner Managing Energy Savings Act will provide rebates to homeowners who invest in energy efficiency improvements. Homeowners who demonstrate a 20 percent energy savings will receive a $2,000 rebate. For every 5 percent in additional energy savings, they can receive another $1,000, up to a total of $8,000 or 50 percent of the project’s cost. ... Source: ...


Welch: progress is possible on infrastructure, energy, debt


U.S. Rep. Peter Welch understands that getting anything done in Congress during a presidential election year won’t be easy. “There’s been a lot of dysfunction,” he admitted at the start of remarks on Monday to the Rotary Club of Burlington. But even in a polarized political environment, Welch argued “there are some common sense priorities where there is common ground between Republicans and Democrats. Energy efficiency and infrastructure are two very obvious ones.” Welch’s basic message to club members, a lunch and regular business meeting at the ...


Welch: We in Congress have to look in the mirror


VAN SUSTEREN: The co-chair of the president's commission on debt and deficits, Alan Simpson, was very critical tonight of the president's speech for failure to take on debt and deficits in his speech. In fact he said "Where is the guts?" on our companion network. Are you satisfied the president addressed those issue, or are those issues simply not worthy of the State of the Union? WELCH: They definitely are worthy of the State of the Union, and I think the president signaled a willingness to restart those talks. I think what the president did was two fundamental points tonight. One, he ...



 
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