GOP Congressmen Demand Immigration Parole Answers

A Group Of Republican U.S. Senators And House Members, Including Diana Harshbarger And Andy Ogles Of Tennessee, Want The Biden Administration To Explain What They Called A Reckless Decision To Expand Immigration Parole Programs.

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New Bill Would Ban Feds From Working With Big Tech To Censor Americans

Leading Republican Lawmakers In The U.S. House Of Representatives Filed New Legislation That Would Ban Federal Employees From Working With Big Tech Companies To Censor Americans.

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Most House Democrats Oppose Resolution Condemning Attacks Against Churches, Pro-Life Facilities

Nearly All U.S. House Democrats Voted Against A Resolution Condemning Attacks Against Anti-Abortion Facilities And Churches. The Vote Came After A Report Was Published Showing Violence Escalated Against Churches And Pro-Life Groups Last Year Ahead Of And After The Supreme Court Overturned Roe V. Wade.

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House Republicans To Target Border Crisis, IRS Funding, More With New Majority

Now That U.S. House Republicans Have A Leader In Speaker Kevin McCarthy, They Are Turning Their Eyes Toward An Agenda With Investigations And A Few Key Legislative Goals.

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We Stood Our Ground, We Changed How Congress Works (By Congressman Andy Ogles)

It Matters How Congress Works. For The Last Several Years, A Few Select Members Of House Leadership – From Both Parties – Have Worked In Secret To Draft Bills And Prevent Most Members Of Congress From Having Any Kind Of Say Over Important Pieces Of Legislation. If Members Want To Introduce An Amendment To Improve A Bill, “Too Bad, So Sad”. Unless House Leadership Likes Your Idea, It Probably Won’t Even Be Debated – Much Less Voted On.

That’s What I Fought Against All Of Last Week. When House Leadership Tries To Deny The Right Of Rank-And-File Members To Influence The Debate, They’re Really Limiting The Right Of The American People To Influence The Debate Of What’s Being Considered In Their Name. That’s Unacceptable, And It’s Why I Was Proud To Join Nineteen Of My Colleagues In Saying Enough Is Enough.

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McCarthy Falls Short Six Consecutive Times In Bid For U.S. House Speaker

U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy Failed For A Sixth Time Wednesday Afternoon To Secure The Needed 218 Votes To Become The Next Speaker Of The House. After The Vote, The House Adjourned And Was Expected To Return Later Wednesday Night.

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TN U.S. House Rep-Elect Andy Ogles Signs Letter Expressing Concerns That McCarthy’s Speakership Would Continue ‘Past And Ongoing Republican Failures’

U.S. House Representative-elect Andy Ogles (R-Columbia-TN) signed onto a letter (dated Jan. 1, 2023) expressing concern about U.S. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s (R-CA) bid for House Speaker.

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