Press Releases

July 2009
KLOBUCHAR, KOHL, FRANKEN CALL FOR VALUE-INDEX APPROACH TO COMBAT MEDICARE COSTS (Joint)
SENATORS INTRODUCE BILL TO STRENGTHEN OVERSIGHT OF PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION (Joint)
KOHL HEARING CONSIDERS EFFECTS OF BILLIONS IN DRUG, DEVICE FUNDING ON MEDICAL EDUCATION IN AMERICA (Joint)
KOHL DELIVERS SPEECH ON HEALTH CARE REFORM PRIORITIES (Joint)
KOHL STATEMENT ON HEALTH CARE REFORM (Joint)
KOHL PROVISIONS INCLUDED IN HELP COMMITTEE'S HEALTH REFORM LEGISLATION (Joint)
SENATORS GRASSLEY, KOHL WORK TO BRING TRANSPARENCY TO BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FUNDING (Joint)
June 2009
KOHL BILL WOULD SAVE CONSUMERS $3.5 BILLION PER YEAR, ACCORDING TO FTC (Joint)
KOHL APPLAUDS AGENCIES FOR CONSIDERING REGULATION OF TARGET DATE FUNDS (Joint)
KOHL: WE MUST STRENGTHEN SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS FOR THOSE WHO NEED THEM MOST (Joint)
HARKIN, KOHL APPLAUD MOVEMENT OF 401(k) FEE DISCLOSURE LEGISLATION TO PROVIDE CRUCIAL INFORMATION TO AMERICAN WORKERS (Joint)
ALERT - U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION RECALLS ROBES THAT HAVE CAUSED SIX DEATHS (Joint)
CANTWELL, KOHL INTRODUCE BILL TO REFORM LONG-TERM CARE SERVICES (Joint)
KOHL RELEASES STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT OBAMA'S VISIT TO WISCONSIN (Joint)
SENATORS RELEASE RESULTS OF GAO REPORT ON POLL ACCESS FOR OLDER & DISABLED VOTERS (Joint)
KOHL QUESTIONS SECRETARY OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES ABOUT EXTENDING WISCONSIN'S POPULAR SENIORCARE PROGRAM (Joint)
KOHL HEARING EXAMINES VALUE AND VIABILITY OF LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE (Joint)
May 2009
KOHL TO HOLD HEARING ON GOVERNANCE OF PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION AMIDST ALLEGATIONS OF MISMANAGMENT (Joint)
KOHL, MARTINEZ REQUEST STIMULUS FUNDING BE DIRECTED TO AoA EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS (Joint)
KOHL RELEASES STATEMENT ON SOCIAL SECURITY TRUSTEE REPORT (Joint)
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