In the Press
Washington D.C.- Today Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Elaine Chao selected the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) to participate in the Department’s new Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Integration Pilot Program.
Washington D.C.- Congressman Marshall released the following statement after President Donald Trump announced that the United States will no longer participate in Iran Nuclear Deal.
Washington D.C.- For almost 6 hours today the House Agriculture Committee debated and amended the initial draft of the 2018 Farm Bill. Following the markup session, the Farm Bill passed through the House Committee on Agriculture on a party line vote.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Congressman Marshall is pleased that the House Ag Committee approved an amendment he authored to the 2018 Farm Bill that will ease wildfire victims’ ability to access assistance.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Today, the nation recognizes the worst day of the year: ‘Tax Day.’ Luckily, this is the last time Americans will file their taxes under the outdated, complicated, and broken tax code. Moving forward, due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, people will be able to quickly and easily file their taxes.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Today Congress passed legislation to recognize the Fallen Educators Memorial in Emporia, Kansas a national memorial. The Fallen Educators Memorial honors teachers, administrators, and staff members who lost their lives while working for our nation’s schools.
WASHINGTON, D.C- Congressman Marshall released the following statement upon reading industry reports that the Administration has agreed to remove the antiquated Reid Vapor Pressure limits that have stifled sales of E15 in the summer months.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Congressman Marshall voted in support of H.J.RES. 2, the Balanced Budget Amendment. Rep. Marshall was elected by the people in the First District to hold Washington accountable, he was extremely disappointed that it failed to pass the House today.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Today the House Agriculture Committee introduced the 2018 Farm Bill. Congressman Roger Marshall made this piece of legislation his number one priority even before his election. Having been appointed to the House Agriculture Committee, Dr.