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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk
  Rep. Loudermilk Takes on Biden Border Crisis   

  In the News: Key Republicans Worry That a Congressional Stock Ban Will Restrict 'Rights and Freedoms'  
  Business Insider:

Key Republicans on the Committee on House Administration expressed concerns that restrictions — or an outright ban — on members of Congress trading stocks would restrict their "rights and freedoms."

"If we enact something like this, it will strip the rights and the freedoms of individuals, and everybody on this committee is a free American citizen that has rights," Rep. Barry Loudermilk, a Republican of Georgia, said Thursday at a three-hour hearing titled "Examining Stock Trading Reforms for Congress." 

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  In the News: U.S. Wants More Oil From Canada but Not a New Pipeline to Bring It
  Wall Street Journal:

Biden administration officials are seeking ways to boost oil imports from Canada, people familiar with the situation say, but with one big caveat—they don’t want to resurrect the Keystone XL pipeline that President Biden effectively killed on his first day in office.

The people said deliberations are in early stages and that no clear-cut solutions have emerged.

Canada could export some more oil via rail, according to analysts and others familiar with the situation, and it could also pump more oil by increasing pressure on existing lines or by installing larger pipelines along permitted routes. 

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  In the News: House Republicans Grill Twitter on 'Censorship' of 'Damning' Hunter Biden Emails
  Fox News:

Several House Republicans are pressing Twitter for answers over what they're calling a "blatant act of censorship" of the October 2020 story surrounding first son Hunter Biden’s "damning" emails.

Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-N.Y., led 18 of her colleagues from the House Election Integrity Caucus in a letter exclusively obtained by FOX Business to Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal regarding the website putting the first son story on ice weeks before the 2020 election.

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  Rep. Loudermilk Disapproves of Biden Ending Title 42, Supports Credit Unions being More Efficient, Shows Support for Israel, and Urges FBI to Investigate Aborted Babies Found in D.C.   
  Rep. Loudermilk cosponsored the following legislation and signed onto the following letters:

Congressional Review Act resolution disapproving President Biden’s decision to end Title 42 (Rep. McCaul R-TX)
• President Biden recently announced the end of Title 42 and multiple outlets and administration officials have shared the administration expects a historic increase in the number of illegal immigrants from the southern border.

The Credit Union Board Modernization Act H.R. 6889 (Rep. Vargas (D-CA), Rep. Gonzalez (R-OH))
• This bill would reduce the frequency of meetings required to be held by a credit union’s board of directors. Currently, all credit union boards must meet at least once a month.

Letter to House Appropriations Committee requesting $500 million for Israel’s missile defense programs (Rep. Meng (D-CA), Rep. Zeldin (R-NY), Rep. Schneider (D-IL)
• Of that $500 million, $200 million would be for procurement of Iron Dome, David's Sling, and Arrow Weapon Systems and $300 million for research, development, test, and evaluation of David’s Sling and Arrow Weapon Systems

A letter to the Department of Justice urging the FBI to investigate the Washington D.C. Surgi-Clinic following allegations that fetal remains recently recovered from the clinic (Rep. Smith, R-NJ)
• Partial birth abortion is federally illegal. Partial-birth abortion is when a baby is partially delivered, and then killed by a doctor with lacerations or blunt trauma to the head, as appears to be the case in the remains recovered in Washington D.C.


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