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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk
  Rep. Loudermilk on the Erick Erickson Show with Guest Host Alan Sanders  

  Press Release: Rep. Loudermilk & Republicans Demand Federal Investigation into Disturbing Reports of Partial-Birth Abortions Being Performed at a D.C. Clinic
  Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) issued the following statement after he signed a letter led by Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) and Rep. Christopher Smith (R-NJ) to Attorney General Merrick Garland, urging the Department of Justice to investigate reports of the Washington Surgi-Clinic performing partial birth abortions, which are illegal under federal law.

“As a defender of the unborn, and a pro-life advocate, I’m well-versed in how inhumane abortions are; but the details surrounding how these babies were aborted are so grotesque, it’s hard to put into words just how barbaric they appear. This is not how God envisioned mankind treating one another, especially when it comes to the most vulnerable among us. The condition in which these babies were found at this clinic, demands a full investigation by the Department of Justice.” 

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  In the News: Rep. Barry Loudermilk visits Osborne High School students participating in SIFMA Foundation's Capitol Hill Challenge

On April 11, Rep. Barry Loudermilk visited with students at Osborne High School participating in the SIFMA Foundation’s Capitol Hill Challenge program, underwritten by the Charles Schwab Foundation.

This national 14-week financial education competition pairs individual members of Congress with public schools in every congressional district, equipping middle and high school students to become financially capable and civics minded. 

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  In the News: Inflation surges 8.5% in March, hitting a new 40-year high
  Fox Business:

Inflation accelerated to a new four-decade high in March as supply chain constraints, the Russian war in Ukraine and strong consumer demand fueled rapid price gains that wiped out the benefits of rising wages for most Americans.

The Labor Department said Tuesday that the consumer price index – which measures a bevy of goods including gasoline, health care, groceries and rents – rose 8.5% in March from a year ago, the fastest pace since December 1981, when inflation hit 8.9%. Prices jumped 1.2% in the one-month period from February, the largest month-to-month jump since 2005.

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  In the News: Georgia Gov. signs major constitutional carry bill into law
  Fox News:

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, a Republican, signed a bill into law Tuesday removing the license and background check requirements for gun owners to carry a firearm in public, drawing high praise from gun owners in the state.

Joining supporters outside Gable Sporting Goods in Douglasville on Tuesday, the Republican governor celebrated the new law, saying it will ensure citizens’ rights to protect themselves in public, Fox 5 of Atlanta reported.

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  Rep. Loudermilk Supports Efforts to Curb EPA's Overreach, Ensure SEC Provides Adequate Time for Comment, and Defund Planned Parenthood  
  Signed onto an amicus brief in the US Supreme Court supporting the petitioners in No. 21-454, Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency

• Amici are members of Congress who would seek to limit EPA’s overreach in defining WOTUS and support policies that protect the environment while also ensuring that States retain their traditional role as the primary regulators of land and water resources

Letter urging the SEC to provide adequate comment periods for rulemakings Reps. Bill Foster D-IL and French Hill R-AR

• The current SEC leadership has been proposing a number of complicated rules and only allowing 30 days for public comment.

Letter to Labor/HHS appropriators supporting the Conscience Protection Act Rep. Luetkemeyer and Rep. Wagner

• Requests the termination of funding for Planned Parenthood as well as research using fetal tissue


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