Listens to their concerns about new farm policy
Washington DC - Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL03), returning from a busy district work week, gave the following statement about a meeting he had with peanut farmers in North Central Florida:
WASHINGTON DC – Today, Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL) voted against S. 548. The vote, which passed 221-201, with 199 Republicans voting no, will raise the debt ceiling through March 15, 2015. Congressman Yoho provided the following statement:
HOSTS FIRST TELE-TOWN HALL OF 2014 TO DISCUSS VETERANS ISSUES
WASHINGTON DC – Today, Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL) voted for H.R. 357- GI Bill Tuition Fairness Act. Immediately after the vote, he hosted his first tele-town hall of the year, calling veterans in his district, to discuss issues important to them and the details of H.R. 357. Here are some highlights of the bill;
LEGISLATION ELIMINATES DIRECT PAYMENTS, REFORMS SNAP
Today, Congressman Yoho voted in favor of the Agricultural Act of 2014.
MORE GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION IS NOT THE ANSWER
“This speech was rhetoric over reality. The victories President Obama praised happened in spite of his policies not because of them. Truth is, President Obama’s agenda has killed more jobs than created. Just ask anyone from the energy sector to farmers to any small business owner terrified of the disaster that is the Affordable Care Act.”
BILL PROVIDES BUDGET STABILITY AND FUNDS IMPORTANT PROGRAMS
This week, Congressman Yoho voted in favor of the FY 14 Consolidated Approprations Act.
Congressman Ted S. Yoho will host a Town Hall to address veterans' concerns at the Thrasher Horne Conference Center in Orange Park.
Friday, January 17th
Thrasher Horne Conference Center
Suite A & B; 283 College Drive
Orange Park, FL
(Doors open at 6:00PM)
Congressman Ted S. Yoho released the following statement today regarding the death of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon:
Congressman Yoho has introduced legislation to hold the Obama Administration accountable to the enrollment goals they set for the Affordable Care Act. According to estimates put out by the Congressional Budget Office, seven million people need to be enrolled in the healthcare exchanges by the end of the 2014 open enrollment period.
RESOLUTION CUTS SPENDING AND BRINGS STABILITY TO BUDGET PROCESS
Today, Congressman Ted S. Yoho voted in favor of the Bipartisan Budget-Conference Agreement that would avoid a government shutdown and provide a stable budgeting process. The agreement would also provide certainty to businesses, families, and the economy. The agreement passed 332-94.