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  Rep. Loudermilk Discussing FAA Outage and Biden's Classified Documents on Fox Business   

  In the News: Republicans push anti-abortion measures with new majority  
  Associated Press:

The new GOP-led House passed one resolution to condemn attacks on anti-abortion facilities, including crisis pregnancy centers, and a separate bill that would impose new penalties if a doctor refused to care for an infant born alive after an abortion attempt.

Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia said the measures passed Wednesday reflect what Republicans see as immediate abortion priorities. House Republicans still “need to have a discussion” about more wholesale changes, namely an abortion ban, he said.

Loudermilk said he thinks the issue should be left to the states for now, "otherwise we start muddying the waters again.” 

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  In the News: Georgia Republican lawmakers to propose 'fair tax,' eliminating income tax
  11 Alive:

Georgia lawmakers learned Wednesday how much it might cost to eliminate the state income tax – a proposal a Republican lawmaker said he will make this year.

The price tag is $3 billion in 2025.

For years conservatives have broadly pitched switching to what they call the "fair tax." 

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  In the News: AG Garland appoints special counsel to investigate Biden classified documents
  Fox News:

Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a special counsel to investigate President Biden's handling of classified documents dating back to the Obama administration on Thursday.

Garland tapped Robert Hur, a former United States Attorney, to handle the investigation. The Justice Department escalated to a special counsel investigation from a mere review on Thursday after a second stash of classified documents was found inside the garage of Biden's Wilmington, Delaware home. The first documents were found inside the Washington offices of the Penn Biden Center think tank. 

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  Rep. Loudermilk Supports Measures to Finish Border Wall, Reenlist Men and Women Who Refused COVID Vaccine, and Improve Veteran Care  
  Rep. Loudermilk cosponsored the following measures (some of the bills have not yet been introduced):

H.J.Res. 8 - Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to require that the Supreme Court of the United States be composed of nine justices (Rep. Johnson, R-SD)
- Amends the Constitution to stipulate that the Supreme Court shall have nine justices.

Vaccine Mandate Reenlistment Act (Rep. Mast, R-FL)
- Requires the Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force reinstate servicemembers separated over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate upon their request.

Finish the Wall Act (Rep. Higgins, R-LA)
- Requires DHS resume activities related to the construction of a barrier system along the U.S.-Mexico border.
- DHS must resume all such construction activities that were planned or underway prior to January 20, 2021. DHS must also expand all funds appropriated or explicitly obligated since October 1, 2016, for the construction of this barrier system. DHS may not cancel contracts for activities related to such construction entered into on or before January 20, 2021.

H.R. 211 - COI Elimination Act (Rep. Steube, R-FL)
- Codify opposition to the Commission of Inquiry into Israel and reduce the U.S. share of the COI’s budget from our overall contributions to the U.N.
- Additionally it includes a statement of policy of the United States that the U.S.:
- Seeks the abolition of the United Nations Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and Israel.
- Combats systemic anti-Israel bias a the UN Human Rights Council and other international bodies.

Improving Confidence in Veterans’ Care Act (Rep. Cloud, R-TX)
Requires the VA to regularly monitor the status of practitioners’ medical licenses, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registrations ,malpractice history, and other training credentials;
Requires annual audits of all physicians and healthcare providers in the VA network to ensure that they are licensed and registered with the DEA;
Charges the VA with conducting regular reviews of the care provided by practitioners across all VA facilities;
Ensures that the VA notifies medical licensing boards, the National Practitioners Data Bank, and the Drug


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