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Dreamlifters Helping MUSC

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The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) has two very important hospitals in our congressional district: Lancaster Medical Center and Chester Medical Center. Yesterday I was in Charleston to greet three massive Boeing Dreamlifters that arrived with over 150,000 protective eye goggles and face shields. This personal protective equipment is now on its way to facilities within the MUSC system,... Read more »

The "Glue of Families"

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Mothers are certainly among our unsung heroes – the “glue of families” as Dr. Connie Guille describes them here. Both of those descriptions have been especially true lately. Many mothers (particularly of school-aged children) are facing even more challenges than usual during this pandemic. While physical health has dominated much of the news about COVID-19, our mental wellbeing is just as importan... Read more »

Update for South Carolina Small Business Owners

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FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS Governor Henry McMaster has submitted a formal request to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to make loans available for those small businesses in our state that are suffering economically due to the Coronavirus. Once this request has been granted, which hopefully will be soon, the SC Commerce Department will provide specifics on how to apply for these SBA disas... Read more »

Nothing Good Happens After Midnight

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This picture is what the hall outside my office in D.C. looks like right now. Dead quiet. Friends, every one of you should be upset over what happened in the House of Representatives this past weekend. This was a COMPLETE and TOTAL failure of leadership. Remember, we already passed $8.3 billion in emergency funding, and there was no an immediate deadline for this second bill. The Senate isn’t even... Read more »

When Due Diligence Gave Way to Expedience

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Wisdom & due diligence gave way to expedience & fear on Friday night in the House of Representatives. To bring everyone up to speed… LAST WEEK I voted in favor of $8.3 billion in emergency funding to help various agencies combat the Coronavirus. Without question, that was an appropriate and necessary vote based on what we currently know. THIS WEEK on a different front, the House was to consider le... Read more »

Congress Needs to Slow Down and Be Careful

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To call this reckless and irresponsible would be the understatement of the week. You all need to understand just how foolish Democrat leadership in the House is being right now. Remember last week, we passed $8.3 billion in emergency funding to help various agencies (federal, state and local) combat the Coronavirus. This week in Congress, we’re working on another bill that would help Americans aff... Read more »

Uncharted Waters

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We’re in uncharted waters, and our public health officials are doing all they can to help manage the outbreak of the Coronavirus. In my allotment of time in this morning’s House Oversight Committee hearing, I was able to get responses to three recurring questions: (00:38) What are some practical steps that employers should take to protect their employees and their business? (05:04) What is the lik... Read more »

Solid Advice From an E.R. Physician on the Coronavirus

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Dr. Robert Lesslie, M.D. is a highly respected physician and author in South Carolina who is Board-certified in both emergency and occupational medicine. Last night, he sent me very well-written current analysis of the Coronavirus (see link below). I'd like to quote some of his guidance here: ********** 1. Don’t panic. There is no evidence that this is the end of the world. No trumpets blowing yet... Read more »

Unlike Any Other State of the Union Address

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Two totally different worlds – two completely different mindsets – were on full display last night. It was unlike any other State of the Union address I’ve seen, either in person or on TV. There were a couple of themes to the President’s address. First, he took a well-deserved victory lap on numerous fronts: from the economy & trade to our military & war on terror. We must always continue to find ... Read more »

Telephone Town Hall

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Over the summer, I hosted eight (8) town halls in-person around the district. We covered Lancaster, York, Cherokee, Sumter, Newberry, and Union Counties. It was great to see so many people come out for those events, and I look forward to doing many more in the future. Even though my in-person events are very well-attended, the truth is that telephone town halls allow me to reach many more people. ... Read more »

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