WASHINGTON D.C.- This Thanksgiving Congressman Marshall traveled overseas to visit with our troops. On his trip he met with Kansas soldiers and served them Thanksgiving dinner.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D. and Congressman Neal Dunn, M.D. hosted a roundtable this week to discuss the ways basic research supported by federal agencies can be used to improve and drive innovation within the medical community.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Congressman Marshall recently signed on to H.R. 698, the Nursing Home Workforce Quality Act, a bipartisan bill aimed at improving our Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) workforce.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Today, the U.S. Army announced that Fort Riley will be welcoming an Explosive Ordnance Detection (EOD) battalion headquarters in 2020. This move will bring approximately 54 additional soldiers and their families to the Greater Flint Hills region.
Washington D.C.- Today the Trump Administration announced plans for the Environmental Protection Agency to begin allowing the sale and use of E15 throughout the year. This is great news for our Kansas producers; specifically, our corn, sorghum, and our ethanol plants around the state.
Washington D.C.- Congressman Marshall has not wavered in his support for appointing Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Rep. Marshall released the following statement after the Senate voted to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Congressman Marshall released the following statement about the U.S. and Canada reaching a deal on NAFTA.
WASHINGTON D.C- Congressman Marshall has successfully led an effort to protect vulnerable patients from abusive behavior by air ambulance companies. In both Kansas and across the country emergency patients are being slammed with crippling and unforeseen bills from air ambulance companies who refuse to contract with the most common health insurance providers.