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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk
  Rep. Loudermilk Joined the Alan Sanders Radio Show to Discuss How We Fix Our Economy and Oversight of the Biden Administration  

In the News: Senate votes to impose Biden rail deal on unions, avoiding Dec. 9 strike
  New York Post:

The Senate overwhelmingly voted Thursday to prevent a national rail strike from kicking off next week by imposing a collective bargaining agreement negotiated by the Biden White House, averting what the president called a “Christmas catastrophe” for the struggling economy.

The Senate voted 80-15 to enshrine the terms of a tentative deal unveiled in September that would give 115,000 members of 12 rail unions 24% raises and $5,000 in bonuses retroactive to 2020. It also would require that workers pay a larger share of their health insurance costs, but their premiums would be capped at 15% of the total cost of the plan. Another senator, Republican Rand Paul of Kentucky, voted “present.” 

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In the News: Scoop: Biden administration eyes border overhaul as Title 42 ends

Top U.S. officials are considering drastic measures — including barring some asylum seekers and surging prosecutions of illegal border crossings — in preparation for an end to the pandemic-era Title 42 border policy, Axios has learned.

Why it matters: Some of the ideas under serious consideration echo controversial immigration policies from the Trump administration. Others could expand legal avenues for migrants and asylum seekers in the region to enter the U.S.
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In the News: Biden’s Dirty Oil Deal With Venezuela
  At the United Nations climate conference in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, the U.S. agreed to pay environmental reparations to developing countries. Days later it emerged that the Biden administration would issue a new license to Chevron to resume operations in joint ventures with Venezuela’s oil company, PdVSA.

The U.S. government thinks you’re a fool, dear reader. And not only because it waited until Americans were en route to grandma’s house for Thanksgiving to let news slip of a deal to increase heavy-crude output from joint ventures controlled by a dictatorship allied with Iran. Or that it expects you to believe that Venezuela is considering a return to free elections in exchange. 

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In the News: Stocks fall on hotter-than-anticipated November jobs report, Dow slides more than 200 points

Stocks slid Friday as investors digested hotter-than-anticipated jobs data, worrying investors looking for signals that the Federal Reserve can begin slowing interest rate hikes.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 263 points, or 0.8%. The S&P 500 lost 1%, while the Nasdaq Composite shed 1.1%.

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq are on track for modest weekly gains, while the Dow is on pace for a loss.

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Rep. Loudermilk Launches New Website for GA-11 Constituents: Easier to Use & Navigate

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Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-2931
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9898 Highway 92, Suite 100
Woodstock, GA 30188
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135 West Cherokee Avenue, Suite 122
Cartersville, GA 30120
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600 Galleria Pkwy, Suite 120
Atlanta, GA 30339
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