This week, U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R-TX) invited high school students residing in the 25th District of Texas to participate in the annual Congressional Art Competition by submitting their original pieces of art.
Congressman Roger Williams (TX-25) urged Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to address wasteful spending within the Pentagon’s budget in lieu of Hagel’s proposed cuts to troop pay and benefits.
Today, the White House announced its latest delay in the implementation of the President’s healthcare law, delaying the employer mandate for a second year. Congressman Roger Williams (RTX-25) issued the following statement after the announcement.
This week, Congressman Roger Williams (TX-25) released his first annual Year End Annual Report detailing his legislative work and constituent services. Read the report here.
The report begins with a snapshot of 2013 Accomplishments listed below.
In an interview with Congressman Roger Williams (TX-25) today, Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford, a victim of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting, said the President has broken his promise to take care of the victims and survivors of the massacre. The four-minute video of the interview can be viewed or downloaded here.
Today, Congressman Roger Williams (TX-25) issued the following statement after the House passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014.
Congressman Roger Williams (TX-25) issued the following statement after the State Department announced for the first time the Sept. 11, 2012, Benghazi attacks were terrorist attacks.
Today, Congressman Roger Williams (TX-25) called for reforms in Medicare reimbursement procedures after a Texas news report revealed a local hospital was unable to pay dozens of its employees over Christmas.
As you know, the House passed a two-year budget deal authored by House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan and Senate Budget Committee Chairman Patty Murray. I supported this bill because I believe it is important to get on a budget process that cuts spending, helps the military, reduces the deficit, doesn’t raise taxes, and stops the pattern of passing CR after CR. This Congress and administration hav
Congressman Roger Williams (TX-25) issued the following statement after voting for the Ryan/Murray budget deal which passed the House on a bipartisan vote on 332-94.