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Two Washington lawmakers who represent the Killeen area have said they will not support funding the federal government if Congress does not take away funding from Planned Parenthood.
The federal government faces a possible partial shutdown if Congress does not pass a funding bill by Oct. 1.
WASHINGTON–Sen. Ted Cruz said he wants you to do more than honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on their 14th anniversary.
WASHINGTON D.C. - Congressman Roger Williams has signed a letter to House leadership stating he will not support a government funding bill that contains funding for Planned Parenthood.
The letter, authored by Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.), was sent to Speaker of the House John Boehner, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Majority Whip Steve Scalise.
In 1938, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain led a multination effort to allow Adolf Hitler to seize a part of Czechoslovakia. The Munich Agreement, as it was called, was signed to avoid what the prime minister believed was the only alternative: war.
WASHINGTON (September 10, 2015) The Iran nuclear deal survived a key vote Thursday in the U.S. Senate, in a victory for President Barack Obama.
Democrats held together to block a resolution of disapproval against the deal.
The vote was 58-42 in favor of proceeding, but 60 votes were needed for the resolution to advance to a final vote.
House Ways and Means Chairman Paul D. Ryan, R-Wis., will face competition from conservative rivals as he tries to develop a plan to fund highways with revenue from repatriating $2.1 trillion in corporate earnings held offshore at lower rates than envisioned in the administration's fiscal 2016 budget.
United States Congressman Roger Williams is home from Washington, D.C., and is spending his time in Texas visiting small businesses around U.S. House District 25.
Williams and members of his staff were in Hamilton last Wednesday to visit with the management team and employees of Pederson’s Natural Farms.
U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, visited with about 75 members and guests of the Johnson County Republican Women’s Club Tuesday at Caddo Street Grill, to discuss the status of the Republican Party and his stance on various issues.
U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, turned back a challenge Wednesday to join a long list of Republicans running for president, or to pick his favorite.
"As you know, I'm the only one in Texas not running for president," Williams said during a Johnson County town hall at Grumps' Burgers in Old Town.
"Why not?" a member of the audience retorted.
Congressman Roger Williams-who represents Stephenville, Erath County and the rest of the 25th District in the U.S. House of Representatives-spoke to Stephenville officials and folks from the business community Wednesday morning at the Chapel on the Bosque on the museum grounds.