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Ehl·ers

(ā'lĕrz),
Edward L., Danish dermatologist, 1863-1937. See: Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
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The change was made by the new House Administration Committee chairman, Vern Ehlers, who replaced Ney after he resigned.
A few years ago, under the leadership of Congresswoman Eshoo, Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, George Miller, Vern Ehlers who may be joining us, and many of the Members who are here now, our other astrophysicists-Rush Holt, and Members here led by Bart Gordon, we passed the COMPETES Act.
This program is totally voluntary," points out Senator Vern Ehlers, chair of the Senate Appropriations public health subcommittee who was instrumental in getting the program funded.
Congressman Vern Ehlers of Michigan and Deputy Director General, U.
Other Congressional members of the Caucus include House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA), Congresswomen Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and Jennifer Dunn (R-WA), Congressmen Jack Fields (R-Texas), Ed Markey (D-MA), Mike Oxley (R-Ohio), Chris Cox (R-CA), Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), Tom Campbell (R-CA), Bob Walker (R-PA), Vern Ehlers (R-MI), Sam Farr (D-CA), Bill Luther (D-MN), and Senators Slade Gorton (R-WA), Conrad Burns (R-MT), and Ron Wyden (D-OR).
Honored at today's event were Representatives Bart Gordon, chair of the House Science & Technology Committee and Representative Vern Ehlers, ranking member of the Research & Science Education Committee, for their strong support of and commitment to science, engineering and math education.
49, including Fred Upton (R-6), Bart Stupak (D-1), Candice Miller (R-10), Pete Hoekstra (R-2), Mike Rogers (R-8) and Vern Ehlers (R-3),.
Vern Ehlers of Michigan sponsored the Aerospace Workforce Enhancement Bill, which would form an 11-agency federal task force to tackle challenges in the aerospace workforce, which is aging at a time when young people are not entering the field in sufficient numbers.
Congressman Vern Ehlers, who is the Chairman of the Joint Committee on the Library -- Congressman, thank you for everything you've done to make sure this all happened.
House Majority Leader John Boehner of Ohio, as well as Representatives Dave Camp, Vern Ehlers, Pete Hoekstra, Fred Upton and John Dingell of Mich.
The nine Congressional incumbents are: Pete Hoekstra (2nd District); Vern Ehlers (3rd District); Dave Camp (4th District); Fred Upton (6th District); Joe Schwarz (7th District); Mike Rogers (8th District); Joe Knollenberg (9th District); Candice Miller (10th District); and Thad McCotter (11th District).
Dear Colleague Letter Signing History Senate Debbie Stabenow*(D) 1997-2006 Carl Levin (D) 1996-2006 House Bart Stupak (D) 2002 - 2006 Pete Hoekstra (R) 2002-2006 Vern Ehlers (R) 2002-2006 Dave Camp (R) 2002-2006 Dale Kildee (D) 2002-2006 Fred Upton (R) 2002-2006 Joe Schwarz **(R) 2006 Mike Rogers (R) 2002-2006 Joe Knollenberg (R) Appropriator Candice Miller (R) 2004-2006 Thaddeus McCotter (R) 2004-2006 Sander Levin (D) 2002-2006 Carolyn Cheeks-Kilpatrick (D) Appropriator John Conyers, Jr.