In the Press
WASHINGTON, D.C.–Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D. is excited to announce that Manhattan High School Senior Cole Dudley received offers of appointment from the U.S. Air Force Academy and U.S. Naval Academy, for attendance beginning this fall.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Today Rep. Marshall introduced legislation honoring those that have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the First Infantry Division. This bill allows those soldiers’ names to be added to the First Division Monument on the White House grounds.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- On Wednesday, Congressman Marshall voted in support of the Right to Try Act of 2018. This legislation gives people with a terminally ill diagnosis the option to try medications that are in the clinical trial phase.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Today the House passed the Student, Teachers, and Officers Preventing (STOP) School Violence Act of 2018. Rep. Marshall cosponsored this legislation as well as the Securing Our Schools (SOS) Act of 2018 which also passed as part of today’s vote. The SOS program grants funding so that schools can install panic buttons.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Today the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced that they would place an additional 90-day delay on their Electronic Logging Device (ELD) rule for agricultural haulers. Congressman Marshall supports the FMCSA's decision to postpone the ELD mandate for this industry.
LYONS, Kan. - On Saturday, Congressman Marshall, M.D. met with ethanol producers and agriculture industry leaders at the Kansas Ethanol LLC facility to discuss the preservation of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) and current Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs) structure.
Washington D.C.- This weekend Congressman Marshall joined the House Ways and Means Committee on a bipartisan trip to the 7th round of NAFTA negotiations in Mexico City, Mexico. This trip came on the heels of Dr. Marshall’s meeting with President Trump last week at the White House, also discussing the importance of preserving NAFTA and expanding trade.