Today, Representative Rob Bishop was joined by Representatives Stewart, Curtis, and McAdams in introducing H.Res. 804, a bill recognizing the leading role of Utahns in the fight for women’s suffrage and celebrating the sesquicentennial of the first votes by women under the equal suffrage law in 1870.
Upon introduction, Representative Bishop said the following:
Today, the House of Representatives voted on the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). Following the vote, Congressman Bishop stated:
“It is about time!
Despite USMCA’s bipartisan and bicameral support, Speaker Pelosi has refused to bring it to the floor in what can only be described as an attempt to deny President Trump any victories until she could impeach him.
Today, the House of Representatives passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2020.
In The News
While Utah Rep. Rob Bishop’s town hall Friday night was much quieter and more subdued than those held by his conservative colleagues since President Donald Trump’s election, it wasn’t without a few sparks, boos and shouts urging him to “answer the question.”
Most of the pushback the Republican congressman faced during the 85 minutes was on public lands.
By Adam Freedman
Both Right and Left are telling Washington to back off.
On Thursday, lawmakers in both the House and the Senate introduced a conservative alternative to No Child Left Behind (NCLB).
By Michael Carnuccio
The Liberty Foundation of Oklahoma Libertyfound.org
By CHRISTINA CORIER, Wall Street Journal
By Tom Steward | Watchdog Minnesota
ANOKA, Minn. — After years of rhetoric and rulings out of Washington, D.C., reality is hitting home as Minnesota counties scramble to implement and pay for what one frustrated county board leader calls the "not so Affordable Care Act" for local property taxpayers.