The Today Show did a feature on the workout group that has helped me get in shape! Every morning that Congress is in session, we are sweating out our differences at 6am!
Smith included language in Energy and Water funding bill to prohibit federal dollars from enforcing EPA proposal
Smith formed a Veterans Advisory Board to get direct feedback on issues and legislation
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As we work to stop the spread of Ebola, I have urged the Obama administration to do everything in its power to help protect the American people from this deadly virus. To date, over 9,000 people have contracted Ebola worldwide and more than 4,500 have died.
These days we not only need to protect our privacy from online hackers but from the federal government. The bulk data collection done by the National Security Agency unmasked earlier this year poses a threat to our civil liberties.
Each October, America celebrates National Manufacturing Month. This is an opportunity to reflect upon the rich history of American manufacturing and look at where it is headed.
When I talk to individuals throughout the district, many have heard about the Environmental Protection Agency’s attempt to use 40–plus–year–old laws to close coal power plants, regulate puddles of water and restrict how children can help on family farms.
It has been more than SIX YEARS since backers of the Keystone XL Pipeline first submitted an application to the U.S. State Department to begin construction. This crucial project would build needed infrastructure while creating thousands of jobs and promoting energy independence. Congress demanded action; President Obama should not make us wait.
This week, the United States House of Representatives passed the “Jobs for America Act” to grow our economy and put Americans back to work. This package of bills included proposals to provide our farmers and small business owners with needed tax relief, and reduce unnecessary regulations.