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Town Halls Next Week

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I'll be hosting seven (7) live, in-person town halls next week all throughout the congressional district. If you're interested in a legislative update from Congress and an opportunity to ask questions, this is your chance! Here's a link to my events page with details. We have a wide range of starting times, between noon and 5:30 PM, and a wide variety of venues. If you can't make it to…

One-Way Ticket to a Socialistic Welfare State

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The agenda outlined by President Biden on Wednesday night is a one-way ticket to a socialistic welfare state with astronomical taxes, and government encroaching on every aspect of our lives.  His vision for our nation involves growing the size of almost every corner of the federal government. (With the exception of our military, to nobody’s surprise.) There’s simply no room to talk…

National First Responders Day

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NEW BILL – Earlier this month, I introduced a new legislation in the House with Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL) that would designate National First Responders Day as one of our legal public holidays. October 28th is when we typically recognize National First Responders Day. But most people would never know that because every day is “National Something or Other Day.” There are literally…

None of This is Helpful.

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Have you heard about this new Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (“C.H.A.Z.”)? A six-block area within a Seattle, WA neighborhood known as Capitol Hill has been confiscated by anarchists, far-left protesters, Antifa and others. In a stunning display of surrender, police were ordered to abandon their neighborhood precinct and withdraw from the area. And they’re no longer responding to 9-1-1…

Defund the police? Are you kidding?!

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“Defund the police!” some recently suggested. While most people would probably shrug off that idea as highly irresponsible, on Sunday, a veto-proof majority of the Minneapolis City Council pledged to do exactly that! Let’s be clear: these city council members aren’t talking about citizens having a primary role in determining how their community is policed. If they were, that process…