“On Capitol Hill where very few people were ‘farm kids’ and even fewer actually pursued farming or ranching as a career, the personal impact of agriculture can get lost. But as I like to remind people, while not everyone farms, we all eat.” – Congresswoman Kristi Noem in her op-ed about how public policy and regulations impact our nation's farmers.
In The News
By Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Haaretz
Last week, the Executive Board of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization approved a divisive and irresponsible measure that denies Jerusalem’s historical record and diminishes Jewish and Christian ties to the holy city.
By Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, The Stream
When you are in a clinic or hospital waiting for surgery, the last person you expect to approach you is a tissue harvester, especially one who works for a for-profit company. Imagine that this tissue harvester, who has access to your confidential patient information, will get a bonus for each organ and does not work for your doctor or even the medical facility.
By Congressman Diane Black, The Hartsville Vidette
Last year President Barack Obama traveled to my home state of Tennessee for what Politico dubbed an “Obamacare victory lap.”
The president visited an elementary school in Nashville for a speaking event closed to the general public, where he touted the supposed successes of his signature healthcare law and answered a few questions on Twitter (he must not have seen mine).
By Congresswoman Renee Ellmers, The Washington Examiner
Over six years ago, President Obama signed his broken healthcare proposal into law and gave us Obamacare.
By Congresswoman Martha Roby, Montgomery Advertiser
It was great to be back on the road recently making several visits around Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District, with community and civic club meetings in Enterprise, Opp, Andalusia, Union Springs, Eufaula and Montgomery. Meeting face-to-face with constituents and listening to their concerns helps me be a stronger voice in Washington on the issues that matter to Alabamians.
Honoring those who do so much for our homeless, Representative French Hill and Missouri Congress Woman, Ann Wagner stopped by to visit Our House.
Rep. Lynn Jenkins is using her break from Washington to find out what’s important to Kansans.
Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah) is joining the fight to get a Utah man released from a Venezuela jail.
President Obama's decision to expand a national monument off the coast of Hawaii will cause "great harm" to local industry and fisheries and is an abuse of power, said the Republican head of the Ho