Washington, D.C. – This week, Congressman Lamborn voted to make tax cuts permanent, less than one year after House Republicans first passed historic tax reform. The Tax Reform 2.0 package is a collection of three bills, two of which passed the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday and the third and final which passes today.
Washington D.C. - Today, the State Department announced that the United States will not continue to fund UNWRA. The Administration's statement reads in part: "The United States will no longer commit further funding to this irredeemably flawed operation."
Washington D.C. - Congressman Doug Lamborn (CO-05) released the following statement mourning the passing of Senator John McCain:
Washington, DC – Today, the House passed the National Defense Authorization Act Conference Report for Fiscal Year 2019. As a senior member of the House Armed Services Committee and a conferee for this year's bill, Congressman Lamborn has played a significant role in keeping the NDAA on track for its earliest passage in 41 years.
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By Peter Roper
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By Tom Roeder
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By Ray Rivera
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By Norman Engelberg
By Kyle Glazier
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By John Schroyer
By David O. Williams
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By Byron York
For years, Republicans have wanted to cut off federal funding for National Public Radio. They tried and failed in the 1990s, but now, with a new GOP majority in the House, they're ready to try again. It's still a long shot, but they have a fighting chance.
By John Diaz