SHERMAN, TX - U.S. Rep. John Ratcliffe (TX-4), has selected Kris Berry McKinney to serve as Regional Representative for the Grayson County office of the 4th Congressional District of Texas. “I am deeply honored to be chosen for this position as I know what this office means to our area and its residents,” McKinney said. “I look forward to joining U.S. Rep. Ratcliffe and his team.
Washington DC - In a bipartisan letter, John Ratcliffe, (R-TX) and 238 other Members of Congress expressed strong concern to Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Director B. Todd Jones about the Obama administration’s plan to ban a popular bullet used for the AR-15.
Washington, DC – In an address to the United States Congress, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel emphasized the importance of the U.S.-Israeli relationship. He stressed the existential threat posed by violent Islamist extremism and denounced any agreement between the United States and Iran that fails to prevent Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons and capabilities. U.S. Rep.
Washington, D.C. - Today, U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security, and U.S. Rep.
Greenville, TX - Congressman John Ratcliffe and 28 fellow Members of Congress requested that Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary Robert McDonald provide details on implementation and funding for the recently enacted Veterans Choice program.
Texarkana, TX – In a visit to the Red River Army Depot and Texarkana College, Congressman John Ratcliffe (R-TX) met with local community and business leaders in the Bowie County area. The Congressman’s Texarkana office followed these meetings with an open house, attended by a large number of constituents.
Rockwall, TX - Texas Federal Judge Andrew Hansen issued a temporary injunction halting the Executive Amnesty program announced last year by President Barack Obama. The ruling comein response to a lawsuit from December 3rd, 2014, by then Texas Attorney General Greg Abbot on behalf of the State of Texas.
WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. House of Representatives moved to pass H.R. 644, the Fighting Hunger Incentive Act.
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ROCKWALL, TX - Six residents of the United States were indicted Friday on terrorism charges involving the Islamist terror group ISIS, federal prosecutors said. The group has been accused of sending firearms accessories and military equipment to aid Bosnian native Abdullah Ramo Pazara, who left the United States in 2013 to join ISIS in Syria.