(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., issued the following statement regarding his vote against the omnibus appropriations bill:
“I cannot, in good conscience, vote for an appropriations measure that makes no attempt at deficit reduction and, in fact, increases overall spending. As Republicans, we have to do better than this.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Congressman Roger Marshall will begin his May Listening Tour on Wednesday, May 9. Constituents are encouraged to attend and ask questions. This will make 25 listening tour stops this year, separate from other public events attended.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Today, the United States Senate voted to confirm former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue for Secretary of the US Department of Agriculture.
Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., issued the following statement:
(JUNCTION CITY, Kan.) - Today, Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., participated in the grand opening of the Lieutenant General Richard J. Seitz VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic.
The Clinic offers increased staff and specialty care to provide a higher level of health care for veterans close to home.
Please see Congressman Roger Marshall's op-ed in the High Plains Journal regarding trade and his recent trip to Cuba.
In the op-ed, Congressman Marshall discusses the importance to Kansas producers of opening markets in places like Cuba. He says:
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(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Congressman Roger Marshall will begin his April Listening Tour on Wednesday, April 12, and it will continue through Saturday, April 22. Constituents are encouraged to attend and ask questions.
Please see Congressman Roger Marshall's national op-ed in the Hill entitled "To fix health care, focus on the patient."
In the op-ed, Congressman Marshall stresses that legislators must keep consumerization — innovation, competition and transparency — at the forefront of the health care debate.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Today, Congressman Marshall welcomed the announcement from the USDA and the White House on their decision to allow emergency grazing on certain CRP acres due to the recent wildfires.
This announcement will allow grazing to continue beyond the start of the primary nesting season, which begins in Kansas on April 15.