Rep. Williams Grills Wells Fargo CEO in HearingCongressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) questioned Wells Fargo chairman and CEO John Stumpf who testified before the House Financial Services Committee
Rep. Williams Joins Fox 7 Austin in StudioDuring the August recess I sat down with Austin's Fox 7 to talk about what I am working on in Washington
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CLEBURNE, TEXAS – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) today announced that on Wednesday he will congratulate James Clay, an Army veteran, on being the recipient of a new roof to be donated by a local roofing company.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) today questioned Wells Fargo chairman and CEO John Stumpf who testified before the House Financial Services Committee after hundreds of thousands of fake accounts were opened by the bank’s employees.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) this afternoon voted to override President Barack Obama’s veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act – a bill which would allow victims of terrorism to sue foreign governments for attacks on American soil.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) today spoke on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives in support of H.R.5931, Prohibiting Future Ransom Payments to Iran Act. The bill, which he cosponsored, would ban the U.S. Government from providing future cash payments to the Government of Iran.
The text of Williams’ remarks is below:
As the chief executive of the National Football League, I believe it is up to you to outright condemn the players who refuse to stand during our national anthem.
I am sure you can remember the great sports heroes you looked up to as a child. For me it was Ted Williams and Johnny Unitas. They were larger than life.