Was a pleasure to have my friend and colleague Rep. John Moolenaar as a guest for the latest episode of “Cole on Congress.” It was great to discuss spending priorities in Congress, as well as get to know him and the Fourth District of Michigan a little more.
I am so grateful, humbled and honored to be the recipient of Alzheimer's Impact Movement 2017 Humanitarian Award. This is extremely touching for me as someone who has been through the heartbreaking experiences brought on by this disease. Fighting Alzheimer’s will always be one of my highest priorities.
Supporting our higher education institutions and providing adequate resources for them is a priority that Americans can agree on. Higher education is the backbone for American ingenuity and innovation, and Oklahoma is home to many colleges and universities committed to quality education.
Extremely honored to be named the Red Earth Ambassador of the Year. My Native American heritage and the rich culture that Native Americans have contributed to our nation is very important to me, and I will always be committed to be a champion for their legacy.
Vox - Julia Belluz
The Republican leadership in Congress wants to cut spending on public health and repeal Obamacare.
Yet when it comes to medical research, they’re willing to throw down extra — even when President Trump wants to cut back.
For nearly eight years Republicans have made repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, one of the central tenets of their campaign. President Trump also made repealing the ACA central to his campaign. During that time, Democrats lost over 900 state legislative seats, 12 governors, 69 U.S.