Rep. Williams Discusses Immigration, Tax Reform and Tariffs on Fox Business News' Mornings with MariaWASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin), a small business owner and employer for 43 years, joined Fox Business News’ Mornings with Maria Bartiromo earlier today to discuss immigration, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and President Trump's proposal to enforce tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
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Rep. Williams Talks Tax Reform on Fox Business NewsWASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin), a small business owner and employer for 43 years, joined Fox Business News’ Mornings with Maria Bartiromo to discuss tax reform and how we can jumpstart this economy for hardworking Americans.
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) joined Fox Business News’ Mornings with Maria Bartiromo earlier today to discuss sanctuary cities, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and tarriffs, and his new school security bill, H.R. 5107.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Roger Williams (R-Austin) issued the following statement Wednesday afternoon after meeting with Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos:
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) took to the House floor Wednesday afternoon to recognize Austin, Texas for being the number one place to live in America.
Williams’ remarks are below:
Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and for far too long, credit has been difficult to access. To foster healthy growth, small business owners NEED access to credit, not just for day-to-day operations, but also for the opportunity to expand, innovate, and increase employment opportunities.
Less than a month ago, American children were going to school with their friends, spending time with their families, and living their everyday lives. All of that quickly changed on February 14 when 17 Americans were shot dead in a building they spend as much time in as their own home.