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April 28, 2017Press Item
Today, the House passed a bill to continue funding the government for an additional week while negotiations continue on a bill to fund the government for the remainder of the fiscal year. 
April 28, 2017Press Item
I am so pleased to be here, in the House. I am not pleased that we are considering a Continuing Resolution.
April 27, 2017Press Item
Last night, House Republicans took action that would allow them to bring their TrumpCare bill to the House Floor on Friday or Saturday – President Trump’s 100th day in office. 
April 27, 2017Press Item
If Republicans announce their intention to bring their harmful TrumpCare bill to the House Floor tomorrow or Saturday, I will oppose a one-week Continuing Resolution and will advise House Democrats to oppose it as well. 
April 27, 2017Press Item
Nobody believes that the Democrats want to shut down the government, period. That's irrational. 
April 26, 2017Press Item
One of the groups just put out a cost analysis of the.. and we just have a one-page paper.
April 26, 2017Press Item
“’Fool me once,’ the old adage says, and ‘shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.’  
April 26, 2017Press Item
Now that their party controls the levers of government, Republicans will be held responsible for any changes to our health care system that take place on their watch.
April 26, 2017Press Item
Saturday, April 29 marks Donald Trump’s 100th day as president. His first 100 days have been defined by chaos, incompetence and broken promises to the American people.
April 26, 2017Press Item
Thank you very much Mr. Speaker. At the end of the week, President Trump will reach his hundredth day in office.
April 26, 2017Press Item
Once again, House Republicans are floating text of a new TrumpCare bill that is no better than any of the previous versions before. 
April 25, 2017Press Item
I was proud to join my colleagues in cosponsoring this resolution.
April 25, 2017Press Item
Cost sharing reductions are and should continue to be permanent, mandatory funding. That is the law. 
April 20, 2017Press Item
After having to withdraw their disastrous TrumpCare bill last month amid unprecedented public disapproval, President Trump and House Republican leaders should not make the same mistake again next week. 
April 13, 2017Press Item
President Trump was right when he declared that 'the longer I'm behind this desk and you have Obamacare, the more I would own it.'  
April 12, 2017Press Item
April 12th marks 100 days of the GOP-controlled 115th Congress. Republicans are the governing party, with majorities in both the House and Senate and control of the White House. Yet their deep division and dysfunction has resulted in chaos, incompetence, and the inability to govern.
April 7, 2017Press Item
This week, the GOP-led House completed a six-week work period, and I am deeply disappointed that House Republicans’ dysfunction prevented the House from getting things done for the American people during that time.
April 6, 2017Press Item
Today’s procedural changes by Senate Republicans imperils the future of the Senate as a deliberative body and risks eroding the constitutional framework that safeguards the rights and representation of the minority under our system of government. 
April 6, 2017Press Item
I continue to be deeply disturbed by the baseless and irresponsible accusations leveled against former National Security Advisor Susan Rice by President Trump. 
April 6, 2017Press Item
One might have thought that House Republican leaders had gotten the message when they had to pull their disastrous health care bill from the Floor two weeks ago that the American people do not want to be forced to pay more for less and lose the protections of the Affordable Care Act.  
April 6, 2017Press Item
It is entirely appropriate that Chairman Nunes should step aside from the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation, something he should have done days ago.