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BARRY LOUDERMILK: America Is Not Perfect, But We Are the Best
July 7, 2020
From the Marietta Daily Journal: "The United States of America is not just a place, it’s not just a people, and it’s not just a government. America is an idea — an idea built on the principle that God created all people equally, with inalienable rights, which include the right of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. To preserve these rights, our Founders envisioned a nation built on that divine prospect and established a government whose primary purpose to was to protect those rights. Am... More
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Loudermilk: Statue Of Confederate Leader Should Be Removed From U.S. Capitol
July 6, 2020
From WABE: "Georgia Rep. Barry Loudermilk is in favor of replacing a statue of Alexander Stephens – the vice president of the Confederacy during the Civil War – with one of Martin Luther King Jr. at the U.S. Capitol. Georgia lawmakers recently filed a resolution during the final days of the 2020 session, which was put on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic. The National Statuary Hall Collection in the Capitol, the chamber that honors prominent American figures, allows each state to display ... More
Press Releases
Rep. Loudermilk Meets with Officers from Police Departments in 11th District to Discuss Police Reform
July 2, 2020
Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) issued the following statement after he discussed the various police reforms being proposed in Congress with police officers from ten different departments in Georgia’s 11th Congressional District: “It is unquestionable that the death of George Floyd was horrific, and it highlighted the need to look carefully at the treatment of people while in police custody. Clearly, law enforcement has a responsibility to ensure everyone’s rights are protected. What happened to Ge... More
Blog Postings
Rep. Loudermilk’s Business Brief: Congress Extends Deadline to Apply for PPP
July 2, 2020
On Wednesday, Congress passed legislation to extend the application deadline for the Paycheck Protection Program until August 8, 2020. The PPP still has $130 billion in available funds for small businesses. Loan Forgiveness Application & Instructions While this program is far from perfect, numbers do matter; and, this program has undoubtedly helped save millions of businesses and jobs around the country. The state of Georgia alone has had more than 145 thousand PPP forgivable loans approved, tot... More
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The Jolt: No agreement in Congress on policing bill beyond ‘do something’
June 26, 2020
From the AJC: "Members of Congress from both political parties say protests that swept across the nation have policing and police brutality at the top of their agenda. They want to do something to reduce the number of people — especially Black people — who are killed by law enforcement. Still, lawmakers find themselves at the same place they have on so many other issues: an impasse largely driven by partisanship. Georgia U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk, for example, used his time on the House floor t... More
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