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Just finished tele-town hall answering questions from the 2nd District. I always enjoy hearing from you!
Today, we consider a resolution condemning Russia and Putin for violating Ukrainian sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity.
Eager to consider HR3474, Hire More Heroes Act, limiting the harm O'Care has on vets & business by incentivizing vet hiring and job growth.
Next week in the House, we will consider a series of bills that respond to the countless episodes of executive overreach.
Participated in a veterans roundtable to discuss issues facing our local vets. Thank you to all who have served!
Excessive gov regulation kills job growth, raises prices, and is an overall drag on our economy. Enough is enough!
Today, I voted for HR 3826 to fight against the President's War on Coal and undo EPA rulemaking that could raise electricity costs by 70-80%
Such a pleasure to meet the Lillard family from Miami OK yesterday and show their boys the House floor during a vote
The President released his $3.9 trillion budget yesterday; higher spending, tax hikes, and debt. It’s not a budget if it doesn’t balance
Find out more about the legislation we passed yesterday regarding the propane crisis by following this link:
Spoke on the House floor regarding HR 4076, HHEATT Act, and how this propane crisis is affecting the 2nd District:
Today, I will vote for HR 4076, the HHEATT Act. This bill will help speed up the delivery of propane to where it is needed most.
Yet another Obamacare delay for political purposes. “New ObamaCare delay to help Democrats in midterm elections”
The propane crisis continues to affect OK. I've cosponsored H.R. 4076, HHEATT Act of 2014, to improve our distribution and increase supply.
Just voted for H.R. 899 to ensure DC bureaucrats are held accountable for their unfunded mandates that stretch budgets and restrict growth.
I enjoyed giving a Capitol tour today to the Native American Political Leadership Program Students.
Last night in the House we voted to Stop IRS from targeting political groups.
Lots of committee work on the schedule for today.
The reality of regulation in our country:
Meeting with several groups from Oklahoma today. It’s always good to see people from home!
(2/2) We specifically discussed employment opportunities for our nation’s veterans in the oil and gas industry.
(1/2) Today I had my first hearing as a sitting member of the Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee.
House working this week to
through bills that facilitate accountability and transparency and combat government overreach.
continues to cause Americans to pay more.
Had a great call this afternoon with business owners from across the state discussing federal regulation.
This week begins three week stretch of work in Washington, D.C. I am ready as always to represent the values of Oklahoma's Second District.
Congrats Grove 4-H Green Sprockets Robotics Team for doing well at state robotics competition/winning teamwork award!
Here's the OKIES Muskogee Robotics team from Muskogee County. Good luck today!
Good luck today to the Howe Lions FLL Robotics Team from LeFlore County at the state robotics competition!
Good luck today to the Sadler Arts Academy of Muskogee at the state robotics competition!
Good luck today to the robotics team from Wilson Schools in Okmulgee County at the state robotics competition!
Good luck to the Locust Grove 4-H FLL Robotics Team at the state competition!
I had a great week in the 2nd District & met many great people. Thank you for the work you do in making OK a model for the nation to follow!
Industries in the Second District are being strangled by overzealous regulators. If you have a similar story, I want to hear it.
survey says most businesses w/less than 50 employees "would try to remain under 50 full-time employees.”
One District 2 community made the list of “Least Expensive Places To Live In U.S.” Congratulations Pryor!
Good to visit with workers at Ferrell Cooper Mining.
Stopped by Sallisaw Fire Department today. So appreciative of work they do for their community and surrounding area.
Visiting with students at Sallisaw High School. It’s encouraging when our youth engage in government at a young age.
Meeting employees at U.S. Lime and Minerals in Marble City.
Great visit with firefighters in Grove yesterday. Thank you for all that you do!
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I look forward to traveling throughout Oklahoma’s Second District next week. Looking forward to visiting with you!
Honored to be named to new subcommittee on House Natural Resources Committee.
creates a disincentive for Americans to work.
Did you know that since we voted last summer to delay
’s individual mandate, POTUS has delayed portions of the law over 20 times?
We will never reach a balanced budget by continually raising the debt ceiling.
(2/2) Delaying this another year will not lessen the damaging effects
will bring to the business community.
(1/2) Today we learned of yet another delay to part of Obamacare’s employer mandate.
Today marks the beginning of the 2014 Winter Olympics. Go
Thanks to @
for hosting a Special Order on House floor on the detrimental effects of EPA overregulation.
Last night I spoke on the House floor about how EPA regulation has affected the Mullin family.
Happy Birthday to the Great Communicator, President Ronald Reagan.
Participate in the National Prayer Breakfast this morning in Washington, D.C. with my own pastor, Steve Lee.
Since when did building pipelines and creating jobs become political?
About to speak on the House floor about the effects of EPA overregulation.
CBO projects over 2 million jobs to be lost as a result of
. The bad news keeps coming. This mandate is harming our country.
Now is not the time for the IRS to “pay out millions of dollars in bonuses to agency employees” to “boost morale.”
(1/2) The federal government must stop putting people out of business through regulation, and help get our country back to work.
(2/2) Is your business tirelessly competing with the federal government? If so, share your story.
(2/2) “Free enterprise makes this possible. It is not an economic alternative, but a moral imperative.”
said it best: “Why does free enterprise matter? All people deserve a chance to build their lives and earn their success.”
Today the State Department issued a final report that is good news for the
We now have mobile office hours throughout District 2. Visit our website to see when our team will be in your area.
Southeast Oklahoma received good news as a disaster declaration was announced for counties hit heavily during Dec 5-6, 2013 winter storms.
This week, I spoke on the House floor about the problems with government regulation.
I voted in support of the Farm Bill to ensure stability throughout America’s farming community.
My response to the President’s State of the Union address:
In the House chamber. The State of the Union address starts soon.
Today I voted to prevent taxpayer funding for abortions. Americans should not be forced to fund abortions.
Finished up a telephone town hall visiting with constituents across District 2.
The President’s State of the Union address is tomorrow. Will you be watching?
Had great conversation with administrators at the John Paul Scroggins Conference Center in Valliant.
Good visit at International Paper in Valliant—another great employer of residents in District 2.
My team and I had a good visit at Go Ye Village in Tahlequah.
Unfortunately, fact remains that Obama Administration has delayed & stalled, for five years, approval of the
Today, southern leg of
became operational & is making commercial deliveries through the pipeline from OK to refineries in TX.
(2/2) I will always be a voice for the sanctity of life because life is a sacred gift from God and should be protected by law.
(1/2) Many marched for life today in Washington, D.C., on the 41st anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Decision.
Good to visit w/President Ivey & Regents Huggins, Williams, Lawson, and Reed this week at Carl Albert State College.
Great to see the new Patrick Lynch Public Library in Poteau. Thanks to Nancy Hamlin & Carole Gill for the tour!
That we are marking yet another anniversary of the tragic Roe v. Wade is a sad time for our nation.
Another great visit in Claremore yesterday was at BakerHughes.
My team had a good visit in Claremore yesterday with Mick Webber, the President and CEO of Rotek.
Always good to be back in Oklahoma. I look forward to a great week visiting with the people of District 2.
This week I took to the House floor to talk about what our focus should be when discussing unemployment.
Our sincere appreciation goes out to Dr. Coburn for his years of service and unwavering dedication to this country. He will be missed.
Today I voted for more accountability within health care exchanges. Americans deserve to know the truth about mandate being imposed on them.
Today, I could not support the omnibus spending package approved by the House. Find out why here:
Today’s ruling by U.S. District Judge Terence Kern is disappointing & an unfortunate reflection of federal overreach.
Education stakeholders, what are the effects of
on your schools and students? Share your story at
Ahead of us this week in DC—appropriations, committee hearings greatly impacting OK, & action on transparency of
Today I voted for legislation protecting Americans at risk of data compromise within the health care exchanges.
Keep updated on my legislative work in 2014 by signing up for my enewsletter at
Today is the first day of the second session of 113th Congress. A great deal of work ahead, but I look forward to serving OK's 2nd District.
Today as we celebrate the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ, remember our troops serving overseas and have a Merry Christmas, Oklahoma!
And it was great to meet CPT Joshua Lawson from Ft. Gibson today. Thank you for your service and Welcome Home!
Such a privilege today to be a part of the Welcome Home Ceremony for the Oklahoma National Guard, 1220th Engineers.
Here's my Christmas message to our troops away from friends & family, while they serve this great nation.
My Native American Veterans’ Memorial bill passed the Senate late last night. It now awaits the President’s signature into law.
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