Congressman Roger Williams

Representing the 25th District of Texas

Columns

Sep 18, 2017 Column

Representing Fort Hood – one of the largest military bases in the world – is the greatest honor I have as the Representative of Texas’ 25th Congressional District. Known as ‘The Great Place,’ it is the gold standard for the U.S. Army. It is composed of some of the bravest and most selfless people we have in this country.

Jul 21, 2017 Column

Seven years after its launch in 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act has done nothing for American taxpayers besides provide 2,300 pages of impulsive and deceiving legislation. This disaster of a law has unfairly blanketed our entire financial system with more than 400 overreaching and costly mandates. 

Mar 17, 2017 Column

The following column by U.S. Representative Roger Williams originally appeared in the Fort Worth Business Press:

Feb 3, 2017 Column

The following column by U.S. Representative Roger Williams is available for publication:

I decided to run for Congress in 2012 because I was not happy with the direction our country was headed. Among many concerns, I felt government was growing too big and our economy wasn’t recovering quickly enough.

Jan 17, 2017 Column

The following column by U.S. Representative Roger Williams originally appeared in the Dallas Morning News:

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Jan 9, 2017 Column

The following column by U.S. Representative Roger Williams originally appeared in Townhall:

Dec 22, 2016 Column

The following column by U.S. Representative Roger Williams originally appeared in the Austin Statesman:
 

Sep 16, 2016 Column

The following column by U.S. Representative Roger Williams originally appeared in Fox News:

Sep 14, 2016 Column

In 2010, just two years after one of the largest financial collapses in our nation’s history, President Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act into law. At the time, President Obama and Congress promised to hold Wall Street accountable and protect American families from unfair, abusive financial practices.  

Jun 15, 2016 Column

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was as an emotional response to one of our nation’s most trying economic times. Nearly six years later it has proven to be an expensive blanket of one-size fits all rules on the private sector written by Washington bureaucrats, some of whom have never spent one day of their adult life outside of government.

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