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Rep. Stewart released the following statement regarding the decision by the Supreme Court to not review several cases involving the definition of marriage:
Today, Congressman Stewart voted in favor of the Continuing Resolution, which passed the House of Representatives. The CR funds the government through mid-December and prevents another government shutdown. It also funds the important and necessary fight against ISIL.
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) honored Congressman Chris Stewart (R-Utah) as a recipient of the Guardian of Small Business Award for his strong record of supporting pro-business, pro-growth legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Utah Delegation Commemorates 50th Anniversary of Canyonlands National Park, Urge Obama Administration to Work With Them on Future Public Lands EffortsFive members of Utah’s Congressional Delegation wrote to the administration to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Canyonlands National Park. In the letter, the delegation also urged the administration to work with the delegation as it continues working on a public lands bill that will benefit all stakeholders in Utah.
Having spent 14 years as an Air Force pilot, flying both combat rescue helicopters and B-1 bombers, I understand the tremendous strain that the years since 9/11 have placed on our military equipment, our soldiers and their families. The result of our long fight against terror is that our nation has become war weary and understandably reluctant to get into another fight.
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Having spent 14 years as an Air Force pilot, flying both combat rescue helicopters and B-1 bombers, I understand the tremendous strain that the years since 9/11 have placed on our military equipmen
For a man who prides himself on winding down two wars, President Barack Obama certainly has started up a lot of new ones.
The State of the Union address presents the president with a unique opportunity to not only lay out his legislative goals, but to set the tone of the political discourse for the coming year.
CHICAGO — Perhaps it is nothing more than an accident of timing that as federal workers brace for a summer filled with unpaid furlough days, their leaders are traveling the n