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Next Week: House to Start Appropriations the Earliest Since 1974

For years, Washington has abdicated its duty to responsibly appropriate funding. With House Republican leadership and a new Republican Senate, Congress can finally work on this process the way it was…

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The VA Slow Walks Reform

Findings from the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs indicate that the VA hasn’t fired a single employee for wait time manipulations.

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House Passes Pro-Security, Pro-Privacy Cyber Bill

We need pro-security, pro-privacy legislation that facilitates voluntary information sharing between the private sector and the government, while respecting our civil liberties. I’m proud to say…

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Two Kevins from Bakersfield

Two Kevins from Bakersfield

This week I had the honor of welcoming the 2014 Sprint Series Cup Champion—and Bakerfield’s own—Kevin Harvick and his wife DeLana to the U.S. Capitol.

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100 Days Analytics

The House has passed dozens of bills to increase tax freedom, move closer to North American Energy independence, grow small businesses, fight human trafficking, support our veterans, and so much more.

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