Mac Thornberry

Mac Thornberry

TEXAS' 13th DISTRICT

Good news from our nation's capital

2017/08/02

Dear Friend, 
 
After seven months of the 115th Congress, I want to provide a status report on where the major legislative issues stand.  While some in the media may be telling a different story, we have seen a lot of progress on many of the issues important to our area and to our country.   
 
As an overview, the charts below show how many bills have passed the House and how many bills have been signed into law this year as compared with the same period in prior administrations.  As you can tell, this year is well above average.



Below are some highlights and issues we have addressed so far, including bills that I have introduced; as well as links to more information. 
 
Regulations and Washington Overreach 
 
Reform and Overturn:  Regulations have been a major focus of the 115th Congress.  The House has worked to restructure how the bureaucracy makes regulations and how the courts litigate regulations.  We also used the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to successfully overturn 14 harmful, Obama-era regulations.  The CRA has only been used once before to overturn a regulation. 
 
Status: H.R. 427, the “REINS Act” - House passed
Status: H.R. 998, the "SCRUB Act” - House passed
Status: 15 separate, harmful, Obama-era regulations 15 House passed, 14 Signed into Law 
 
Waters of the United States (WOTUS):  In February, I introduced a bill to clarify in statute what “navigable waters” means and especially what it does not. Placing a good definition in law will help ensure that the courts and future administrations will not revive attempts to regulate every bar ditch and puddle across the country with another misguided WOTUS Rule.  Legislation has also been signed into law that allows the Administration to withdraw the WOTUS rule without having to go through the existing processes and restrictions to repeal a rule.   
 
 
Wall Street Reform:  One of the most burdensome regulatory laws we have worked to reform is the Dodd-Frank Act, which has hurt everyone from small businesses to homebuyers.  I cosponsored and the House passed H.R. 10, the “Financial CHOICE Act,” in June.  This bill repeals and amends several provisions of Dodd-Frank and aims to create a simpler and more transparent regulatory financial system to create jobs and boost the economy.  
 
Healthcare Reform
 
Obamacare:  The House passed a bill to repeal and replace the worst parts of Obamacare in May with a process that can avoid a Senate filibuster and pass with a simple majority vote.  The House has also passed several additional bills to address other issues with Obamacare and our health care system.  The Senate has not yet been able to pass a repeal and replace bill, but I hope they continue to work to lower prices and provide more choices to patients.  Obamacare is simply not working as promised.  We must continue to work for ways to stop the harmful effects of this law, control costs, and put patients in charge of their health care.
 
Status: Obamacare repeal and replace - House passed 
Status: 7 other bills to improve healthcare - House passed 
 
Private Property Rights
 
BLM Red River:  This Congress, I introduced H.R. 428, the “Red River Gradient Boundary Survey Act,” which passed the House in February, and the Senate held a hearing on Senator Cornyn’s identical bill last month.  This bill seeks to end questions of disputed land along the Red River to protect private property rights from federal ownership claims.  
 
 
Immigration and Border Security
 
Immigration Reform: Our immigration laws are in need of a major overhaul, and the House has passed important bills to address this issue.  The House has focused on making state and local governments ineligible for certain federal funds if they have “sanctuary” policies in effect.  “Kate’s Law,” inspired by Kathryn Steinle will strengthen the criminal penalties for people who attempt to illegally reenter the country after being convicted of certain felonies. 
 
Status: H.R. 3004, “Kate’s Law” -House passed
 
Border Patrol Agents: The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has struggled to recruit and hire additional agents because of the pre-employment polygraph requirement, and as a result, is understaffed.  The House passed legislation to allow the Commissioner of the CBP to waive the polygraph requirement for candidates who have already been vetted and have served as either a law enforcement officer or a member of the Armed Services and have a security clearance.  
 
 
Human Trafficking 
 
Protecting Americans: Human trafficking is a global problem.  This is an issue that must not be ignored or underestimated - the safety of our families relies on it.  There is no international system in place to combat human trafficking effectively, and we must do better here at home.  Congress has made this issue a very high priority. 
 
Status: 16 Human Trafficking Bills - House passed 
 
Veterans' Affairs 
 
Supporting our Veterans: Meeting our commitments to our veterans and their families is one of the most important responsibilities of the federal government.  These men and women have put their lives on the line to keep our country safe, and they all deserve our best in return.  
 
Status: H.R. 244, the "HIRE Vets Act" - Signed into Law
Status: 30 Veterans’ Affairs Bills - House passed
 
National Security 
 
Rebuilding Our Military:  The House passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2018 when I introduced as Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.  The bill covers the wide range of programs and activities carried out by the Department of Defense and portions of the Department of Energy.  The NDAA also supports Sheppard Air Force Base, Bell Helicopter, and Pantex in our local area
 
 
Sanctions on Hostile Regimes: It is our responsibility as the federal government to make sure that Americans are safe. The House has taken several votes to combat global adversaries through stricter economic restrictions. 
 
Status: H.R. 3364, the “Russia, Iran, and North Korea Sanctions Act” - House passed, Senate passed, Signed into Law 
 
Supreme Court 
 
Neil M. Gorsuch: This year, President Trump nominated Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, and the Senate confirmed him by a vote of 54 to 45.  This confirmation will have a positive impact on the Supreme Court for decades to come. 
 
Status: Neil Gorsuch - Senate confirmed 
 
Looking Ahead
 
Overhauling Broken Tax Code:  The first bill I introduced this Congress was H.R. 198, the “Death Tax Repeal Act,” that will completely and permanently repeal the federal estate, gift, and generation-skipping taxes.  Death should never be a taxable event.  Small business owners, farmers, and ranchers are especially vulnerable to this tax, making it more difficult for future generations to build upon their family's hard work.  President Trump's tax reform proposal and the House Republican “Better Way” plan both include a repeal of the death tax.  As we work with the Administration to fix our broken tax code, I will continue to push for a full repeal of the death tax.
 
Status: H.R. 198, the “Death Tax Repeal Act” Introduced in the House
 
I invite you to learn more about these issues and others by visiting my website here.  Have a question you would like answered?  Please contact me by phone, letter, e-mail, or on Facebook.
 
As always, I appreciate hearing from you.

Sincerely,
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House passes Make America Secure Appropriations Act, 2018

2017/07/28

WASHINGTON- U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon) voted yesterday in support of H.R. 3219, “Make America Secure Appropriations Act, 2018,” which passed the House by vote of 235-192.This Act includes four individual appropriations bills - Defense, Energy and Water, Legislative Branch, and Military Construction/Veterans Affairs, as well as funding for tighter border security.

“It is the first responsibility of the federal government to make sure that Americans are safe,” said Thornberry. “This Act is another good step in making sure that our military is supported and prepared, our Capitol police officers are fully funded, our veterans are taken care of, and that our country is secure.”

Highlights:

  • National Security –Funds Department of Defense (DOD) and National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) at levels consistent with the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 (NDAA), passed by the House on July 14.
  • Energy and Water -Allows the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule and restricts the application of the Clean Water Act in certain agricultural areas.
  • Legislative Branch- Funds the Capitol police at $422.5 million, $29.2 million above FY 2017.
  • Veterans Affairs- Provides $182.3 billion in funding for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, $5.3 billion above FY 2017.
  • Border Security –Includes funding, planning, and management for the improvement of our border security.
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Thornberry statement on the Senate's failure to repeal and replace Obamacare

2017/07/28

WASHINGTON-U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon) released the following statement after it was announced that the latest Senate efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare was not successful:

“I am extremely disappointed that the Senate has been unable to pass any version of a health care bill. The House passed a bill to repeal and replace the worst parts of Obamacare in May, and the Senate should do the same. Obamacare is simply not working as promised. It will get worse. We must continue to work to stop the harmful effects of this law, control costs, and put patients in charge of their health care.”

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House passes three bills to reform regulations affecting energy

2017/07/19

WASHINGTON - The U.S. House of Representatives passed and Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon) voted for three bills to reform regulations and federal requirements affecting energy production and delivery – H.R. 806, “Ozone Standards Implementation Act of 2017,” H.R. 2910, “Promoting Interagency Coordination for Review of Natural Gas Pipelines Act,” and H.R. 2883, “Promoting Cross-Border Energy Infrastructure Act.”

“There is no question that burdensome energy regulations and unnecessary bureaucratic delays drive up costs and waste time for businesses, which ultimately hurts consumers,” Thornberry said. “These three bills are a step in the right direction to pull back some of the misguided regulations and decisions we have seen over the past few years.”

  • H.R. 806, “Ozone Standards Implementation Act of 2017” 

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for ozone, which can result in additional red tape and control costs for energy and other businesses operating in an area that does not meet EPA’s standard.  The EPA set a standard in 2008 but did not release the rules for implementation until March 2015.  In October 2015, the EPA released another lower ozone standard at a time when states were still implementing the 2008 standard.  This bill provides states and localities more time to implement the 2015 standard and addresses other challenges under the NAAQS program.  

  • H.R. 2910, “Promoting Interagency Coordination for Review of Natural Gas Pipelines Act"

    There are currently no statutory time limits forcing the federal government to provide companies with necessary certificates to build interstate natural gas pipelines within a set amount of time.  This bill will set deadlines in law and require concurrent reviews for involved federal agencies to increase the predictability and fairness of the pipeline permitting process.

  • H.R. 2883, “Promoting Cross-Border Energy Infrastructure Act”

    This bill eliminates the current presidential permit requirements, like those imposed on the Keystone XL project, for pipelines and electricity transmission equipment that cross U.S. international borders.  Instead, this bill establishes a “certificate of crossing” to be issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for pipeline projects or the Energy Department for electricity transmission projects.  The certificate must be issued or denied within 120 days of the completion of an environmental study.

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House passed NDAA

2017/07/18

Dear Friends,

On Friday, the House passed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018.  The vote was 344 to 81.  The bill covers the wide range of programs and activities carried out by the Department of Defense and portions of the Department of Energy.  This year, the bill focuses on beginning to rebuild our military and reform the Pentagon.

Nothing is more important than ensuring that the men and women who serve are fully supported with the best equipment, in the best shape, with the best training that our nation can provide.  Even on routine training missions and routine deployments, the men and women who serve are risking their lives for us. 

The NDAA provides our troops with the full 2.4 percent pay raise, to which they are entitled to under the law – the biggest in eight years.  It beefs up missile defense at a time when those threats continue to grow.  It increases end strength to provide our services the personnel they need to complete the missions we assign them.  It boosts Navy ship and aircraft depot maintenance and readiness while also including additional funds for the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force operations and maintenance.  The bill also makes major reforms in acquisition and services contracting.  

In addition, this bill works to support our military families by ensuring that they get appropriate inpatient care in Medical Treatment facilities located outside the United States, for example.

With all that we are able to achieve in this bill, there is still much to do to ensure our military is properly manned, trained, and equipped.  I look forward to continuing our work to ensure this bill moves forward with the focus on the men and women in uniform.

I am grateful for those who serve and inspire us – the men and women who are counting on us.

To learn more about how the NDAA affects Sheppard Air Force Base, Bell Helicopter, and Pantex in our local area click here.


Sincerely,


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Thornberry's defense bill passes House

2017/07/14

WASHINGTON - The U.S. House of Representatives passed the third National Defense Authorization Act under U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry's (R-Clarendon) chairmanship of the House Armed Services Committee by a vote of 344 to 81.

“For the 56th year in a row, the House has passed a bipartisan bill that prioritizes the men and women in uniform who selflessly volunteer to support and defend our nation,” Thornberry said. This bill takes the necessary steps to begin to rebuild and reform our military, including billions in additional funds to begin to close the dangerous readiness gaps our troops are facing.”

Sheppard Air Force Base: The NDAA authorizes funding for an increase in end strength of the Air Force and programs such as the training missions at Sheppard Air Force Base near Wichita Falls.  It also includes language to tighten evaluation process of energy projects close to military installations to help ensure that bases and training ranges are not adversely impacted.      

Pantex: The bill provides $10.4 billion in funding for nuclear weapons activities including the work done at Pantex, which is $184 million more than the Administration’s budget request.  All life extension programs, including the W76-1 program currently underway at Pantex, are fully funded. The bill includes $5.2 million to begin design and construction of the Pantex Material Staging Facility, which will dramatically improve operations and security at the plant. To help with aging infrastructure, the bill establishes the Facilities and Infrastructure Recapitalization and Repair Program (FIRRP) with a goal of reducing the nuclear security enterprise’s backlog of deferred maintenance and repair needs by 50 percent within five years. An additional $150 million is included to help with this effort at Pantex and other facilities across the enterprise. Finally, the bill provides an increase of $33 million for defense nuclear security to ensure Pantex and other facilities maintain the highest level of security.

Bell: Close to $2.6 billion is authorized for Bell’s V-22 Osprey and helicopter programs, including the procurement of 10 new Ospreys and 27 new H-1 helicopters. Much of the work for those aircraft will be performed in Amarillo. 

Highlights

  • Military Personnel and Pay: The bill supports the full 2.4 percent pay raise for the military. This is the largest pay raise in 8 years. 
  • Military Families: Prohibits the reduction of inpatient care for military Medical Treatment facilities located outside of the United States. The bill also provides resources to help families with relocation and relicensing.
  • Rebuilding Readiness: Makes key investments not provided for in the President’s Budget Request. The NDAA will begin to recover lost readiness and begin rebuilding the force.
  • Maintenance: Increases Navy Ship and Aircraft depot maintenance and afloat readiness, while also including additional funds for the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force operation and maintenance.
  • Facilities: Increases funding to support military facilities.
  • Missile Defense: Increases the authorization of funds to procure additional interceptor missiles, increase investments in the Ground-based Midcourse Defense System, and boost phase missile defense.


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House Armed Services Committee Passes National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018

2017/06/29

WASHINGTON - The House Armed Services Committee passed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018, which authorizes spending for military personnel, weapons systems, national security programs, and foreign military operations by a vote of 60 to 1. 

“The threats our country faces today are more varied and widespread than ever before. While our enemies have been quickly advancing, our military has gotten smaller,” Thornberry said. “Our servicemembers work to protect us every day, and we owe them the best training, the best equipment, and other support our nation can provide.”

The bill authorizes $631.5 billion in spending for defense needs, including a $28.5 billion increase for essential readiness recovery above the President’s budget request.

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) also combats global terrorism by fully resourcing and authorizing counterterrorism efforts and U.S. Special Operations Forces, programs, and activities around the world.

Local Highlights

  • Sheppard Air Force Base: The NDAA authorizes funding for an increase in end strength of the Air Force and programs such as the training missions at Sheppard Air Force Base near Wichita Falls.  It also includes language to tighten evaluation process of energy projects close to military installations to help ensure that bases and training ranges are not adversely impacted.      
  • Pantex: The bill provides $10.4 billion in funding for nuclear weapons activities including the work done at Pantex, which is $184 million more than the Administration’s budget request.  All life extension programs, including the W76-1 program currently underway at Pantex, are fully funded. The bill includes $5.2 million to begin design and construction of the Pantex Material Staging Facility, which will dramatically improve operations and security at the plant. To help with aging infrastructure, the bill establishes the Facilities and Infrastructure Recapitalization and Repair Program (FIRRP) with a goal of reducing the nuclear security enterprise’s backlog of deferred maintenance and repair needs by 50 percent within five years. An additional $150 million is included to help with this effort at Pantex and other facilities across the enterprise. Finally, the bill provides an increase of $33 million for defense nuclear security to ensure Pantex and other facilities maintain the highest level of security.
  • Bell: Close to $2.6 billion is authorized for Bell’s V-22 Osprey and helicopter programs, including the procurement of 10 new Ospreys and 27 new H-1 helicopters. Much of the work for those aircraft will be performed in Amarillo. 

Other Highlights

  • Military Personnel and Pay: The bill supports the full 2.4 percent pay raise for the military.
  • Military Families: Prohibits the reduction of inpatient care for military Medical Treatment facilities located outside of the United States. The bill also provides resources to help families with relocation and relicensing.
  • Rebuilding Readiness: Makes key investments not provided for in the President’s Budget Request. The NDAA will begin to recover lost readiness and begin rebuilding the force.
  • Maintenance: Increases Navy Ship and Aircraft depot maintenance and afloat readiness, while also including additional funds for the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force operation and maintenance.
  • Facilities: Increases funding to support military facilities.
  • Missile Defense: Increases the authorization of funds to procure additional interceptor missiles, increase investments in the Ground-based Midcourse Defense System, and boost phase missile defense.
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Thornberry statement on Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule

2017/06/27

WASHINGTON - U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon) released the following statement after Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Pruitt announced that they would be withdrawing from Obama’s Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule.

“I welcome the news that the EPA will not move forward with the Obama Administration’s Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule that is disastrous for rural communities and agricultural producers.  Earlier this Congress, I introduced H.R. 1261, the “Federal Regulatory Certainty for Water Act,” to clarify what “navigable waters” means and especially what it does not.  Placing a good definition in law will help ensure that the courts and future administrations will not revive attempts to regulate every bar ditch and buffalo wallow across the country.”

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Thornberry statement on CRP grazing extension

2017/06/16

WASHINGTON - U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon) released the following statement after receiving a response from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) stating that they granted an extension of the emergency grazing on CRP lands for the Texas Panhandle fires.

“The decision by the USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue to extend emergency grazing on CRP lands will allow ranchers who were affected by the Panhandle wildfires much needed time to rebuild fencing, replant grass, and provide a safe home for their livestock. I appreciate the Secretary listening to our concerns and providing agriculture producers in the Panhandle with more time to get back on their feet.”

Last month, Thornberry sent a letter to the USDA along with Representatives Frank Lucas and Roger Marshall requesting a 90-day extension of the authorized emergency grazing on CRP lands located in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. You can read the letter by clicking here.

You can read the letter from the USDA by clicking here.


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Thornberry votes for Dodd-Frank Replacement Bill

2017/06/08

WASHINGTON- U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon) voted today in support of H.R. 10, the “Financial CHOICE Act,” that passed by a vote of 233-186.

“We are losing one community bank or credit union every day under the Dodd-Frank Act,” Thornberry said. “The ‘Financial CHOICE Act’ is about creating jobs and boosting the economy. Dodd-Frank has hurt everyone from small businesses to homebuyers. Replacing its overly burdensome regulations with commonsense solutions will make a real difference in the lives of most Americans.”

Thornberry also noted that this bill will create a more transparent regulatory financial system that will allow our community lenders to refocus on providing opportunities for folks in rural communities instead of meeting unnecessary Washington mandates.

H.R. 10 will also:

  • Allow community banks to increase bank lending, which will benefit small business owners and agricultural producers;
  • Eliminate government authority to provide taxpayer-funded bailouts;
  • Hold Wall St. and Washington accountable by implementing tougher penalties for fraud and deception;
  • Increase access to credit and capital for middle-class Americans; and
  • Reform the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) by removing its examination and supervisory powers and creating the “Consumer Law Enforcement Agency” that will have the dual mission to protect the consumers while creating competitive markets.

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates that the “Financial CHOICE Act” will reduce the federal deficit by $33.6 billion through 2027. You can read the entire CBO report here. If you would like to read more about the “Financial CHOICE Act”click here.


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A fifth generation Texan, Mac Thornberry has strong ties to the people he serves in the U.S. House of Representatives. Mac is a lifelong resident of the 13th District of Texas. His family has been ranching in the area since 1881 – a family business in which Mac remains actively involved.

Mac shares the values of the people he represents and continues to fight for the things that are important to them. He is a longtime advocate of lower taxes and limited government. Boosting domestic energy production, protecting private property rights, and reforming health care are top priorities for Mac. He strongly supports cutting government spending and creating the kind of policies that encourage economic growth, rather than suffocating it.  Additionally, as one of the few Members of Congress personally involved in agriculture, Mac understands the challenges agricultural producers face and has been a key player in efforts to support producers in the 13th District.

Mac has established himself as a leader in national security, an area in which he continues to be given new responsibilities and opportunities to help advance the security of our nation.  He serves as the Vice Chairman of the Armed Services Committee where he also leads the Subcommittee on Intelligence, Emerging Threats, and Capabilities.  He also continues to serve on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
In early 2011, Mac was tapped by the Speaker of the House and Majority Leader to spearhead a Cybersecurity Task Force to guide House legislative action on this growing national security and economic threat. Well-respected by Members on both sides of the aisle for his insight and leadership, they asked Mac to chair a group of lawmakers representing nine major committees of jurisdiction. The charge was to make recommendations in a number of areas including updating existing laws, protecting critical infrastructure, and sharing cybersecurity information. On October 5, 2011, the Task Force released its recommendations, which have received a favorable response from Republicans and Democrats in the House and the Senate, as well as the White House, private businesses, and other outside organizations.
Mac is also widely respected as an innovator and strategic thinker.  He was one of the first in Congress to recognize the need to confront the threat of terrorism. Six months before the tragic events of September 11, 2001, Mac introduced a bill to create a new Department of Homeland Security, which formed the basis of legislation signed into law by President Bush 20 months later. He has also played a major role in shaping national policy on transformation of the military and strategic nuclear issues. In addition, he is at the forefront of efforts in Congress to protect the country from threats ranging from terrorist attacks to nuclear proliferation.
Born in Clarendon and raised on the family ranch in Donley County, Mac graduated from Clarendon High School before continuing his education at Texas Tech University. After obtaining a B.A. in history from Tech in 1980, he went on to the University of Texas Law School where he graduated in 1983. For the next several years, he worked in Washington, including serving as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs in the State Department under President Reagan.In 1989, Mac joined his brothers in the cattle business and practiced law in Amarillo.  He was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1994.

Mac’s wife, Sally, is also a native Texan. They have two children.


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