Capitol Police continues to retaliate against employees who file whistleblower complaints with the Capitol Police Office of Inspector General, a U.S. House oversight panel was told on July 19.
“Numerous whistleblowers have come forward with claims of retaliation and abuse after speaking with the Office of Inspector General,” said Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.),… Read more »
WHY SKILLED TRADES?
• Saves you money. Why go in debt when you can get PAID to learn? According to a recent Forbes article (https://www.forbes.com/advisor/student-loans/average-student-loan-debt-statistics/), Georgia ranks #3 in the top five states in the Nation with the highest student loan balance currently at an average of $40,268.87.
• Job security. Across the nation there… Read more »
Republican lawmakers and the American Securities Association (ASA) say the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is violating the Fourth Amendment by putting together a list that contains the private information of investors.
The Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT) database was originally proposed by the SEC in 2010 to help regulators track order and trading activity… Read more »
Republican lawmakers in the House Financial Services Committee turned the rhetorical screws on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Rohit Chopra Wednesday, accusing him of pursuing regulatory objectives in order to help President Biden win reelection and failing to take industry concerns into account with his agency's proposals.
At the outset of… Read more »
Members of the House Administration Committee on Tuesday turned the tables on the independent agency tasked with investigating ethics complaints against members by grilling its director over alleged ethical breaches.
Omar Ashmawy, Office of Congressional Ethics staff director and chief counsel, fielded a flurry of questions from the committee’s Oversight… Read more »
From the Committee on House Administration:
In case you missed it, Committee on House Administration Subcommittee on Oversight Chairman Barry Loudermilk (GA-11) confirmed on Just The News, No Noise that plain-clothes Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) officers were at the Capitol on January 6th.
On May 16th, Chairman Loudermilk sent a letter to MPD requesting information on… Read more »
From the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News:
We write in response to a letter to the editor published on May 6, 2023 regarding the Limit, Save, Grow Act passed by the United States House of Representatives. While we appreciate the author expressing his opinions regarding the debt ceiling bill, the letter unfortunately included several statements that were misleading and… Read more »
The latest Medicare guidance will stifle pharmaceutical innovation—and it’s worse than we thought.
The Biden administration has issued guidance on how it will implement the Medicare drug price controls in the Inflation Reduction Act. The controls will be far-reaching and much worse for the health of the country than critics had anticipated.
The rationale for the price controls is to… Read more »
-Support Letter - Clark Creek Pump Station
-Financial disclosure and federal nexus letter - Clark Creek Pump Station Rehab
Location: Cobb County, Georgia
Amount Requested: $3,200,000
-Support Letter - Upper ER Sewer
Project: Upper ER Sewer Improvement Project
Location: Marietta, Georgia
Amount Requested: $3,200,000
-Financial disclosure and federal nexus letter -… Read more »
President Joe Biden aimed to reassure the public Monday about the stability of the U.S. banking system following the financial collapse of two U.S. banks.
“Americans can have confidence the banking system is safe,” Biden said. “Your deposits will be there when you need them.”
Biden said the federal government has taken over Silicon Valley Bank and New York Signature… Read more »