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WASHINGTON, D.C. - The House of Representatives on Wednesday unanimously passed H.R. 1088, the First Infantry Recognition of Sacrifice in Theater Act, also known as The FIRST Act.
WASHINGTON, D.C - Today, the House of Representatives passed a 4-week continuing resolution, H.R. 3055, which, among other shortcomings, fails to adequately provide for America’s armed forces and continues to increase the national debt by kicking the can down the road. Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., voted NO, and issued the following statement:
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House Republicans led by Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., on Wednesday essentially stormed a closed-door session connected to the impeachment investigation of President Trump, prompting House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff to suspend the proceedings in a remarkable scene.
The standoff happened Wednesday morning after lawmakers held a press conference in which they accused House Democrats of lack of transparency.
Published in Hutchinson News on October 17, 2019
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appears dead-set on making her sole priority scrapping the entire fall legislative calendar to pursue a partisan impeachment against President Trump. There are much more pressing matters on the minds of hard-working Kansans, like the need for quality employees, access to affordable health care, and trade to secure our farms and communities.