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Blog | January 28, 2015

PHOTOS: Bipartisan Selma Screening

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Just a few years ago, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy had the privilege of walking with Representative John Lewis through Selma, Alabama, on the same path of the Selma-to-Montgomery march that John led.

Press Releases | January 28, 2015

Energy Infrastructure for a Stronger Economy and a Safer World

Delay has become a hallmark of this presidency, but Americans are done delaying job creation by ignoring America’s energy abundance.

Press Releases | January 27, 2015

Republican Leaders Recognize National School Choice Week

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School choice is about giving kids the opportunity to get ahead by letting families choose the best school for their children.

Press Releases | January 27, 2015

A Dozen Bipartisan Anti-Human Trafficking Bills Are Heading to the Senate

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Human trafficking affects hundreds of thousands of the most vulnerable in the world. Here in America, 17,000 people are trafficked into the country every year. It is truly a modern day form of slavery. We cannot sit in silence while this problem still exists.

Press Releases | January 27, 2015

House Will Pass More Bipartisan Legislation on Human Trafficking and Energy

We have two very big issues before us in Congress. Human trafficking affects so many of the vulnerable throughout the world. We have twelve bills—bipartisan, Republicans and Democrats—to protect the most vulnerable out there. It happens in every single district.

Blog | January 26, 2015

We Must End Human Trafficking


This week, the House will pass twelve anti-human trafficking bills to improve the tools available to law enforcement, identify and develop best practices to prevent human trafficking, help victim survivors recover, train government employees on how to properly detect and respond to human trafficking, and more.

Blog | January 26, 2015

Leader McCarthy on America’s Newsroom

I heard [the President] time and again, he sat there and said he wanted to work with us and then offered the most veto threats of any president in the State of the Union. You can’t have it both ways. If you want to work with someone, then let’s sit down, work the legislative process, and find a common ground at the end of the day. That’s what we want to see happen.

Blog | January 22, 2015

PHOTOS: March for Life

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Today, during the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., the House voted to stop federal funding from being used to pay for abortion.

Press Releases | January 22, 2015

No More Tax Dollars for Abortions

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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy spoke on the House floor today in favor of ending taxpayer funding of abortions and in support of a culture that values every human life.

Blog | January 22, 2015

PHOTOS: McCarthy Meets with Israeli Ambassador to the U.S.

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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy met with Israeli Ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, yesterday to discuss the deteriorating security situation in the Middle East,