July 5, 2015

Senator Burr’s Fourth of July Message

On Independence Day we remember what our Founding Fathers accomplished 239 years ago by signing their name to the Declaration of Independence.  Their bravery and commitment to freedom and independence created this great country, and they provided the foundation for the liberties we enjoy everyday.    With freedom comes great responsibility, and the debates in Washington over the […]

Supreme Court Housing Case- AG Loretta Lynch’s Statement/Policy Watch Investigates Senate Budget/Senate Week In Review June 22-26

Alert from the Office of Senator Angela Bryant     Supreme Court Housing Case – AG Loretta Lynch’s Statement Policy Watch Investigates:  Senate Budget Also Took Aim at Anti-Discrimination Law – Repeal of State Fair Housing & Human Relations Commission Senate Week In Review 6/22 – 26 2015 ­                            1.   ATTORNEY GENERAL LORETTA E. […]

Senator Richard Burr: Highway Bill, Veterans Waiting for Care, Medicare

This past week, the Senate Environment and Public Works committee included two pieces of my legislation in the highway bill, which will improve and expand North Carolina’s infrastructure on I-44 and US 70. Not only is this a boon to the North Carolinians living along the corridors, but also for all of those who will […]

Newsletter from the Office of Senator Angela R. Bryant

      Halifax, Nash, Vance,  Warren and Wilson Counties   District – 4   Senator Angela R. Bryant Volume 11, Issue XIV Friday, June 26, 2015 To unsubscribe to this newsletter, please click here   NEWS FROM RALEIGH… I always welcome your comments, project updates, suggestions, and visits. My office door and electronic door […]

Congresswoman Renee Ellmers: Continuing to Fight Obamacare

Photo of the Week: On Saturday I hosted a reception for an incredible group of young men and women from the Second District who were accepted to attend U.S.Military Service Academies. It was truly an honor to meet these bright students and their families and to congratulate them on their accomplishments. Thank you for your […]

White House Weekly Address: The Affordable Care Act Is Here to Stay

In this week’s address, the President called the Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act a victory for hardworking Americans across the country, whose lives are more secure because of this law. The Affordable Care Act is working, and it is here to stay. So far more than 16 million uninsured Americans have gained […]

Butterfield Statement on the Supreme Court Decision in King v. Burwell

WASHINGTON, DC — Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) issued the following statement in response to today’s Supreme Court decision in King v. Burwell: “Today’s Supreme Court decision upholding the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act is a tremendous victory for our nation.  Every modern day U.S. President has acknowledged the urgency of healthcare reform, but […]

You’re Invited: Butterfield’s Prayer Vigil in Honor of Charleston 9 & Victims of Racial Injustice

  Dear Friends: I invite you to join me along with faith leaders for Together in Prayer:One Community United in Faith, a vigil to unite people from across the First Congressional District around a common purpose of healing and understanding.  The prayer vigil will be held on Tuesday, June 30th from 6:00 – 7:30 PM at the Church […]

Butterfield’s Guide to Summer Preparedness

The summer is usually a time for fun and family.  However, it is also a time for caution due to extreme temperatures.  Included in this e-newsletter is a guide to help your family stay safe in hot weather Avoiding Heat Dangers When dealing with summer weather, the best defense is prevention.  Here are some prevention […]

Congresswoman Renee Ellmers: Repealing an Obamacare Tax

Photo of the Week:    On Wednesday, I met with rising juniors and seniors who were touring Washington D.C. as part of the North Carolina Electric Cooperatives’ Youth Tour. These students were selected for their academic, civic and leadership excellence!   Weekly Update: This week began with my attendance at two very important subcommittee hearings. […]