Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) this week asked that the Senate pass his resolution supporting a free trade agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom. This is a continuation of Lee’s now multi-year advocacy for a free trade deal between the countries. Such an agreement would be beneficial to both nations and to Utah … Continue reading VIDEO: Mike Lee advocates UK trade deal
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The bill would prohibit the federal government from imposing a fine, fee, or tax on individuals or businesses as a penalty for violating any COVID-19 vaccine mandate issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or any other agency.
"As a physician who knows vaccines have saved countless lives, I stand by my belief that receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is a choice that should be made following a conversation with one’s doctor, instead of being forced by government decree."
“The CDC has exerted astonishing power over the everyday lives of millions of Americans without any say from Congress. This bill will ensure that, through the confirmation process, future directors are qualified, honest, and reasonable. Few agencies need such tempered, rational leadership as much as the CDC.”
"Democrats are committed to spending trillions of dollars we do not have. They are foolishly adding to inflation and taxes and shoving the costs on the American people."
There is no reason to add women to the outdated Selective Service System to prepare for a draft.
Last Tuesday, President Donald Trump tweeted, “I am looking into 3-D Plastic Guns being sold to the public. Already spoke to NRA, doesn’t seem to make much sense!” The White House has not offered any clarification on what exactly Trump’s tweet meant, but if he is worried about plastic guns being sold to the public, … Continue reading Why I Objected to a Bill That Would Ban 3D Gun Designs
Congress’ power of the purse is one of its bedrock responsibilities listed in Article 1 of the Constitution. The Supreme Court has reaffirmed this power on several occasions, including in a 1976 case when the Court declared, “The established rule is that the expenditure of public funds is proper only when authorized by Congress, not that public … Continue reading Congress Ceded Too Much Authority to Agencies. Bill Restores a Healthy Balance.