For years, I’ve spoken out about the need to return this country to Constitutional order and rein in the power of bureaucratic federal agencies.
Last week marked 44 years since the Supreme Court’s infamous Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion on demand in the United States.
President Donald Trump continued to fill out key administration posts over the last week, including two positions that will have a significant impact on our district and state: Secretary of Agriculture and Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Committee assignments for the 115th Congress were announced this past week. As you may know, much of the meaningful legislative work in Congress takes place in committee.
I hope we can all make a special effort this year to demonstrate the true spirit of the season by spreading joy, hope, and peace in a sometimes troubled world.
As the sun sets on the 114th Congress, I’m proud to report some noteworthy legislative victories.
It's past time fort the U.S. to once again lead the world in medical research and innovation, and I believe that the 21st Century Cures Act puts us on that path.
The bill improves medical treatment discovery, development, and delivery for those who need it most.
These sanctions have been some of the most meaningful tools in bringing Iran and its ambitious weapons program to heel. Extending them for another ten years is the right decision.
There is no one more capable and qualified to serve our country as Attorney General than Senator Sessions.