WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Attorney General William Barr released a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. The anticipated report summarizes years of investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election. Following the release, Rep. Stewart issued the following statement:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Stewart joined fellow GOP Members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence in calling for the panel’s chairman, Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, to step down.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Chris Stewart (UT-02) asked for the House of Representatives to immediately debate and vote on the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Chris Stewart (UT-02) and Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi (IL-08) hailed the House passage of their bill, the Keeping Russian Entrapments Minimal and Limiting Intelligence Networks (KREMLIN) Act.
Washington, D.C. – Today S. 47, The Natural Resources Management Act. Included in this package are two of Congressman Stewart’s bills: The Confirming State Land Grants for Education Act and The Judgment Fund Transparency Act.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Stewart voted against H.R. 1, the “For the People Act of 2019”.
“H.R. 1 is the single worst bill we have considered since I’ve been in Congress. It is authoritarian and anti-free speech.”- Rep. Chris Stewart
About H.R. 1:
Washington, D.C. – The preliminary report relating to Rep. Stewart’s suicide hotline bill, signed by the President last year, was released.
Rep. Stewart discusses Michael Cohen's return to the House Intelligence Committee and the Mueller Probe.
"I hope everything is revealed to the American people."- Rep. Stewart regarding the Mueller Report.
Washington, D.C. – Today, the House passed S. 49 which designates the outstation of the Department of Veterans Affairs in North Ogden, Utah, as the Major Brent Taylor Vet Center Outstation to honor his service and sacrifice to our country.
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The most valuable life lessons I learned at an early age came from growing up on a dairy farm in Cache Valley. There, my father taught me the value of hard work, education, and good citizenship. I also gained a love and respect for the animals we worked with daily. I still enjoy saddling up a horse for a ride in the mountains with my friends.
SALT LAKE CITY — Stephen Hawking has said that “intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” Tuesday will be President Barack Obama’s seventh State of the Union speech to Congress, but it will be his first to a Congress controlled in both chambers by Republicans. What will he say?
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.
For a man who prides himself on winding down two wars, President Barack Obama certainly has started up a lot of new ones.
There’s the war on coal. The war on gun owners. Even the war on ceiling fans.
At least, that’s how it looks from the Republican side of the aisle.
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. When a president vilifies the other party, we can be sure gridlock will follow. But when the president expresses a willingness to find common ground, the other party often reciprocates.
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 nation and globe on trips that exude luxury.