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Press Release | February 13, 2016

Leader McCarthy Statement on the Death of Justice Scalia

Justice Scalia is irreplaceable and we are in debt to his service.

Press Release | February 12, 2016

We Need to Impose Sanctions on North Korea Now

With a resounding and near unanimous voice in both the House and Senate, Congress calls on the President to impose new sanctions on North Korea for its dangerous behavior and repeated violations of international law.

Press Release | February 12, 2016

Leader McCarthy Statement on Menu Labeling Bill

Sandwich shops like the one I owned should be focused more on the hundreds, if not thousands of combinations of spreads, meats, and veggies for a customer’s sandwich—not the hundreds, if not thousands of state and FDA rules that often overlap and promote confusion.

Press Release | February 11, 2016

The Administration Isn’t Serious About the Debt

The debt problem can’t be solved until the Administration shares Congress’s desire to make the hard choices and address out-of-control spending.”

News | February 11, 2016

McCarthy in Sacramento Bee: Too much rain is going to waste

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Fixing California’s drought challenge remains my top priority in Congress, and I will continue to work with my House colleagues, the president and Sens. Feinstein and Boxer to find a solution that gets water flowing to the communities in our state that so desperately need it.

Press Release | February 10, 2016

House Votes to Restore Accountability at the NSF

Taxpayer money is spent, debt is accumulated, and the result is a massive administrative state with little accountability, minimal transparency, and rampant waste.

Blog | February 10, 2016

How the President Has Almost Lost Syria

Inaction, like action, is a choice. And inaction can have consequences, costs, and “humanitarian catastrophes,” that action could have stopped.

Press Release | February 10, 2016

House Demands Accountability After Flint Water Crisis

It’s clear that Flint water customers were left in the dark about the corrosion of their pipes and the unsafe levels of lead in their water supply. Officials at all levels of government were not communicating with each other as the problems emerged, and the House will continue to investigate the matter.

Press Release | February 9, 2016

The President’s Energy Regulations Stand on Shaky Legal Ground

By putting these harmful regulations on hold, the Supreme Court has shown what shaky ground the President stands on every time he tries to impose his policies against the will of the people’s representatives.

Press Release | February 9, 2016

The VA is Not Doing Enough for Our Veterans

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We continue to hear that change at the VA is on the way, but as the bureaucracy remains unchanged, our veterans continue to wait for care and benefits.