Friends, as we work to defeat the spread of the "invisible enemy" of the Wuhan Virus/COVID-19, it is important that we keep proper perspective about ongoing events. This column by Ron Maxwell (reposted here with the author's permission) reminds us that Americans are a great people, with a history of examples that can serve as reminders to us of our ability to overcome great difficulties.
Washington DC- Congressman Steve King announces that he voted “NO” on the rushed Wuhan Virus/COVID-19 (HR 6201) legislation presented to the House in the early morning hours of Saturday, March 14. The rush to pass the legislation meant that the bill was filed at 12:01 AM, debate began at 12:10 AM, and only 18 minutes later, at 12:28 AM, the vote was gaveled.
Charles City, Iowa Falls town halls will occur at new date to be announced
Town Halls will be held in Charles City and in Iowa Falls
Washington DC- Congressman Steve King announces that he will be hosting town hall meetings in Floyd and Hardin counties on Thursday, March 19. The town halls are open to the public and to the media.
Introduces legislation to name Jackson Street Post Office after “the Most Decorated Veteran in American History Next to General Douglas MacArthur.”
Pro-life Legislation provides “that human life shall be deemed to exist from conception.”
“Coronavirus is one import from China that Americans do not want at any price”
Washington D.C- Congressman Steve King releases the following video clips of floor statements he delivered in the House of Representatives today.
Letter to President Trump also reiterates importance of King’s bills (HR 3410 and HR 3411) containing recapture provisions protecting the RFS from the EPA’s use of SREs
Washington D.C- Congressman Steve King, Phyllis Schlafly’s “Favorite Congressman,” releases the following statement after voting against H.J. Res 79, an unconstitutional effort led by House Democrats which seeks to change the rules regarding the deadline for the pro-Abortion ERA's ratification in order to add it to the United States Constitution.
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