Washington D.C.- Rep. Roger Marshall released the following statement following President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address.
“Since elected, this Administration has been focused on lifting regulatory and tax burdens, unleashing our economy, and most importantly keeping our country safe,” Rep Marshall said.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Roger Marshall, M.D. introduced legislation to authorize the honorary promotion of former U.S. Senator Bob Dole to the grade of colonel in the U.S. Army. Rep. Marshall introduced this bill with Senator Pat Roberts and Senator Jerry Moran who submitted this legislation in the Senate today as well.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Today Congressman Marshall spoke at the Family Research Council’s Pro-Life Summit.
“I was honored to be a part of this discussion with pro-life and pro-family advocates across the country," Marshall said. "This was a great opportunity to emphasize ways that people can push for pro-life policies in Washington."
WASHINGTON D.C.-Last night President Trump stressed the urgent humanitarian crisis at our southern border in his first address to the nation. Yesterday, Congressman Marshall addressed the House floor to echo the need to secure our nation's borders.
Washington D.C.-Dr. Marshall wrote an op-ed in The Hill discussing our national security goals and objectives in the Middle East, and the role the new Secretary of Defense should play.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Today Congressman Marshall was proud to vote for $5.7 billion in border security funds, fully funding President Trump’s request. The funding was included as part of a partial continuing resolution that funds several agencies through February 8th. The bill now goes to the Senate where it faces an uncertain future.
WASHINGTON D.C. - Today Congressman Marshall was invited to the White House to join President Trump as he signed the 2018 Farm Bill into law.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Last week the House passed H.R. 1318, the Preventing Maternal Deaths Act of 2017, legislation that aims to address maternal deaths across America by improving data collection analysis. Congressman Marshall, an early cosponsor of the bill, worked with patient advocates in urging Congress to pass this much needed legislation.