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The U.S. House is marching toward a historic vote to impeach President Donald Trump. As debate proceeded Wednesday afternoon, Kansas First District congressman Roger Marshall spoke on behalf of the President.
On Monday, December 9, 2019, Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., joined nearly 160 of his colleagues in the House in sending a letter, led by House Agriculture Committee Ranking Member Michael Conaway, to Speaker Nancy Pelosi urging immediate consideration and passage of the USMCA trade deal. The text of the letter follows:
Dear Speaker Pelosi:
Rep. Roger Marshall (R-KS) introduced legislation Tuesday to streamline the ATF approval process for guns regulated by the National Firearms Act (NFA) and completely remove short-barreled rifles from NFA purview.
The legislation is titled Home Defense and Competitive Shooting Act.
Both Officers and senior noncommissioned officers served Thanksgiving dinner to Soldiers and their families from 11 to 2.
The Thanksgiving Day meal was open to all Soldiers and civilians
The meal included both roasted and smoked turkey, steamship round, glazed ham, and shrimp scampi.
On a rainy September morning, a pair of cattle ranchers browsed the refrigerated meat cases at a Walmart Inc. store in Mandan, N.D., snapping cellphone photos of an unwelcome invader among the shrink-wrapped ground beef: Beyond Meat Inc. patties, made from pea protein and coconut oil.
Kansas Representative Roger Marshall, M.D., and Representative Haley Stevens, introduced the Aeronautics Innovation Act.
This bill works to provide continuity and budget stability for U.S. aeronautics research through administration changes and political shifts in Congress. A main goal of this bill is to keep the U.S. aviation industry competitive as other countries catch up.
Kansas Congressman Roger Marshall contends the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Trump is a sham.
The First District Representative says he’s convinced after hearing Ambassador Gordon Sondland’s testimony this week, which he says proves Trump’s innocence.
A Kansas congressman who serves on the House Agriculture Committee says more Market Facilitation Payments are on the way for producers directly impacted by illegal retaliatory tariffs resulting in the loss of traditional export markets.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says he has “absolutely zero regrets” over the decision to move two research agencies’ headquarters from Washington, D.C., to Kansas City.
A House committee approved a bill to protect small businesses from predatory lenders who seize their assets without warning using a legal instrument called a confession of judgment.