WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Elaine luria (va-02) today participated in her first full-committee bill markup as a member of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. During the markup, the committee passed 18 bills – including two sponsored by Congresswoman Luria – recommending them for a vote in the full House of Representatives.
The House passed two bills sponsored by Congressman McHenry in 2011. The first terminated the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) . The second was the Entrepreneur Access to Capital Act , commonly referred to as Crowdfunding and was introduced to foster relationships between investors and entrepreneurs.
Two bills sponsored by rep. robin lundstrum. Two days after the bills were passed out of committee, on March 14, she reversed course and filed an amendment to fix the problem for HB 1752.
Team Fidelis hosts event for homeless veterans Rosters announced for the North Dakota Scheels Softball All-Star Series. The series will start on Monday, June 3 at Michelson Park in Fargo, before moving to the Sanford Sports Complex in Bismarck on Tuesday, June 4.. Read More
The house financial services committee advanced five flood insurance proposals on Wednesday, adding to the two bills it passed last week.. The fourth and fifth bills, both sponsored by Rep.
Vet behind ‘build the wall’ GoFundMe hits back at fund claims The Purple Heart triple amputee veteran behind a $20million ‘build the wall’ GoFundMe has hit back at claims he is misspending the funds raised after he bought a $600,000 boat and donors began to.
Two bills co-sponsored by U.S. Rep. passed by a voice vote and marks the third time the House has passed this bipartisan legislation to hold war criminals accountable, according to a news release.
The bill , sponsored by rep. paul harris, was one of the first two bills voted out of the House Health Care & Wellness Committee this session. Vietnam veteran files federal lawsuit to remove Bible on display at VA hospital VA Loans are issued by qualified lenders and guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Poll: VA the least-liked federal agency — FCW Photos May Show Virginia Governor In Blackface (or Klan Robes) – Photographs that may depict Virginia’s Democratic governor, Ralph Northam, in blackface, began to circulate on Friday afternoon. The photos date from Northam’s time at Eastern virginia medical school.WJFW – Under veterans’ watchful eye, state breaks ground on $80 million skilled nursing facility at King Veterans Home Poll: VA the least-liked federal agency — FCW Why not Al Gore in ’08? The XXII Amendment to the Constitution states, "No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice," which, as I read it, means Gore still has one.VA to celebrate Women’s Health Week with events at medical centers VA celebrates Women’s Health Week with events at medical centers Women’s Health Clinics to host open houses for Veterans and their families WASHINGTON – In celebration of National Women’s Health Week, May 12-18, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical
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The Nation’s Housing: Lenders opening doors to a wider swath of homebuyers Building the American Dream: Mid-term Report on hud accomplishments 2001-2002 Introduction. Over the past two years, we have worked hard at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to aggressively implement President Bush’s housing agenda and to fulfill our obligations to the American people.
Washington D.C.- Congressman Steve King released the following statement after the House of Representatives passed four of his bills over the last two days. " It has been a busy week, and it has been a productive week in terms of restoring the Rule of Law in our nation," said King.