Monthly Archives: December 2022

Is it better for our representatives to keep us in the dark?

I am working to bring transparency to Congress, and part of that effort includes keeping you updated on what bills passed the House each week and how I voted on each piece of legislation.— Rep. Tenney (NY-22) Some Members of Congress … Continue reading

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The silly things we read

I refused to support the Democrats’ big government funding bill that will make America’s problems even worse.–Rep. Tenney Some silly things we see in print:

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Mike Pence for Speaker of the House

Congress should consider electing Mike Pence as Speaker of the House. The Speaker need not be a member. Electing Pence, a Republican, would be consistent with a Republican majority. Pence has experience in the House–he was a member from 2001 … Continue reading

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Three Small Business Bills

As a longtime small business owner, I understand that family businesses and farms are the lifeblood of our Upstate economy.–Rep. Tenney The bills: S. 1617 — “To modify the requirements for the Administrator of the Small Business Administration relating to declaring … Continue reading

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Regarding Rep. Madison Cawthorn

House Ethics Committee Report: As the ISC (Ethics Committee Investigative Subcommittee) Report notes, Members are widely recognizable public servants, and their participation in commercial endorsements or promotions may create the perception that they are making use of their official position … Continue reading

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Rail Strike Averted

The Senate on Thursday voted overwhelmingly to impose a labor agreement between rail companies and their workers who have been locked in a stubborn stalemate, moving with uncommon speed to avert a potential holiday season rail strike that would jeopardize … Continue reading

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