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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk
  One On One With Barry: Republicans will work to lessen inflation, restore the economy

  Press Release: Rep. Loudermilk: Biden Administration Must Abandon Nuclear Deal Talks with Iran Now
  Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) issued the following statement regarding the Biden administration’s refusal to end its pursuit of a nuclear deal with Iran:

“Iran is the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism, as well as an aggressive adversary to the United States and our allies in the Middle East. Iran has been supplying Vladimir Putin with drone technology that he has recently used to kill Ukrainians. The regime has also resorted to draconian and deadly tactics against its own citizens to try and suppress a revolution of freedom-loving Iranians who have been protesting against the Ayatollah for human rights abuses and the killing of Mahsa Amini.

"While Iran has shown little restraint in its pursuit of nuclear weapons, and continues to fund international terrorism, President Biden and his administration have refused to close the door on nuclear negotiations with this country. Instead, the administration has merely put a ‘hold’ on nuclear negotiations with the radical regime. If a deal is reached, it would loosen sanctions on the Ayatollah, allow the regime to acquire more resources to fund terrorism and to supply more missiles and drones to Russia. The fact that this administration has not cut off all communications with the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism and abandoned pursuit of this deal altogether, should disturb every American.
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In the News: Turnout on first day of Georgia early voting breaks midterm record

The first day of early voting in Georgia set a midterm turnout record, with over 133,000 in-person voters casting their ballots, an early sign of strong interest in this year’s elections.

Turnout on Monday far exceeded the last midterms in 2018, when about 71,000 people showed up at the start of early voting, according to state election data. 

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  In the News: Scalise rips Biden adviser for 'bragging' about gas prices that 'are about 60% higher' than in early 2021
  Fox News:

U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise blasted Democrats on Sunday after he said Senior White House economic adviser Jared Bernstein was "bragging" about gas prices being lower today while the cost of fuel remains higher than when President Biden first took office last year.

Scalise, R-La., appeared on "Fox News Sunday" to discuss how he believes Republicans will flip seats from the Democrats in November’s midterm elections.

"[voters] are furious with Biden and Pelosi’s far-left socialist agenda that’s led to increased spending, increased inflation, just the cost of everything when you go to the grocery store," the House Minority Whip said, adding "if you can even afford to put gas in your car when you get there." 

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