- Name: Debbie Stabenow
- Born: 04/29/1950 (70 years old)
- Website: stabenow.senate.gov
Deborah Ann Greer Stabenow (//; born April 29, 1950) is an American politician serving as the senior United States Senator from Michigan, a seat she was first elected to in 2000. A member of the Democratic Party, she became the state’s first female U.S. Senator after defeating Republican incumbent Spencer Abraham. Before her election to the Senate, she was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Michigan’s 8th congressional district (1997–2001). Previously she served on the Ingham County Board of Commissioners and in the Michigan State Legislature.
Birth Name: Deborah Ann Greer
Alias: Deborah Ann Greer
Birth Place: Gladwin, Michigan, U.S.
Debbie Stabenow quotes :
I think the most important issue for all of us is our economy and jobs and creating opportunities for young people to be able to get the education that you need to be able to afford to go to college.Debbie Stabenow
As Michigan's voice on the Senate Finance Committee and Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, I will continue working to make sure the next generation of advanced technologies and alternative fuel vehicles are made right here in America.Debbie Stabenow
The concern right now is that families are paying for insurance, or getting insurance from their employer and trusting that health care will be available for their families. In too many instances now, the care they need isn't available.Debbie Stabenow
I think that we have a number of different health care challenges in our country, and certainly addressing the uninsured is one, and the second is making sure that those with health insurance actually get the care that they assume they'll have available to them if they get sick.Debbie Stabenow
The Patients' Bill of Rights is necessary to guarantee that health care will be available for those who are paying for insurance. It's a part of the overall health care picture.Debbie Stabenow
Five thousand people every day lose their home because of a medical bankruptcy. Most of them had insurance.Debbie Stabenow