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U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho, a Gainesville Republican elected with tea party support, criticized President Obama on a number of fronts at a town hall Saturday.
But Yoho also said his own party shared responsibility for congressional dysfunction, adding he is working on bipartisan bills to, among other issues, curb mandatory minimum sentences for crimes, such as drug possession.
Two members of the Florida congressional delegation rounded up more than 70 congressional representatives urging the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) increase access as congressional staffers want to help clear the VA’s backlog.
Peace talks seeking to resolve Syria's five-year civil war began on Friday at the United Nations in Geneva — but they would not be necessary if the Obama administration was not "leading from behind," Rep. Ted Yoho told Newsmax TV on Friday.
Editor’s Note: Farm Policy Facts is proud to publish this editorial in support of America’s farmers and ranchers from Rep. Ted Yoho who represents the Third District of Florida and serves on the House Committee on Agriculture. Congressman Yoho originally wrote the piece as a response to a December editorial published in the National Review that called for the end of U.S.
Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL) introduced a Resolution of Condemnation and Censure against President Obama today.
Rep. Ted Yoho and two other Republicans proposed a resolution Wednesday to censure and condemn President Obama for what the lawmakers say is Obama's "reckless endangerment" of U.S. national security.
For House conservatives, Paul Ryan’s speakership begins now.
A Florida congressman is going to bat for a measure censuring President Barack Obama on his executive action on gun control and other matters.
Noting censure resolutions had been brought out against Presidents Andrew Jackson, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo, R-Miss., introduced the resolution this week.
One hundred and fifty years ago, in the midst of a bloody Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln led a courageous Congress to ratify the 13th Amendment and abolish slavery in America. Today, Congress commemorated this significant moment in our nation’s history with a moving ceremony in Emancipation Hall.
Posted Dec. 10, 2015 at 12:01 AM
Nov. 2, Paul Ryan gaveled in the U.S. House of Representatives on his first day as speaker.
Wednesday, three congressmen filed a bill to make sure former House Speaker John Boehner doesn’t get the same five years of perks afforded the past eight speakers, back to former Massachusetts Rep. John McCormack, who left the office in 1971.