New York Post:
President Biden on Thursday refused to answer a question about whether he pressed Chinese President Xi Jinping on fentanyl exports and the origins of COVID-19 when they met this week — as House Republicans prepare to investigate the Biden family’s extensive financial links to Beijing.
Fentanyl and COVID-19 claimed about as many American lives in recent years as… Read more »
House Republicans are calling on President Joe Biden to "apologize" for characterizing Georgia's new election law as voter suppression, arguing the strong midterm turnout in the Peach State demonstrates the commander in chief is peddling misinformation.
Republican members of the House Administration Committee sent a letter to the president Wednesday… Read more »
U.S. Representative Barry Loudermilk recently visited Osborne High School to learn about the students participating in the Stock Market Game and stayed to offer the students advice and take their questions. The students were members of Osborne’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).
Through the Stock Market Game, SIFMA Foundation seeks to help students… Read more »
Dear GA 11,
I’d like you to know that I’m joining some of my Republican colleagues on legislation to give businesses the ability to invest in their businesses and focus on future growth.
We realize the difficult environment many businesses find themselves in today is a direct result of the anti-business, inflationary policies being pushed by the current Administration. Among… Read more »
"I'm honored to receive the ‘Friend of the Family Award’ from the Faith & Freedom Coalition, for my conservative voting record in the 116th Congress. The Faith & Freedom Coalition is a strong advocate for strengthening families, protecting innocent life, defending religious liberty, standing with Israel, and holding Members of Congress accountable for defending these important… Read more »
From on CNN:
"Months after the deadly insurrection at the US Capitol, Rep. Barry Loudermilk, a Republican from Georgia, made clear that confusion remains over who ultimately oversees Capitol Hill security.
During a hearing in front of the House Administration Committee on Thursday, Loudermilk asked the United States Capitol Police Inspector General Michael Bolton who has… Read more »
March 30, 2021
Dear GA 11,
This week, Congress extended the deadline for small businesses to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) through May 31, 2021. The extension will also include a 30-day period for the Small Business Administration (SBA) to process applications that are still pending.
As of January 13, the PPP reopened for small businesses to apply for a second… Read more »
This week, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) reopened so small businesses hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for additional financial relief. On Monday, January 11, the PPP opened for small, community-based lenders to issue PPP loans to small businesses that did not receive a PPP loan during the first round.
As of Wednesday, January 13, the PPP reopened for small… Read more »