Proudly representing Minnesota's 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Joined on 30 December, 2020
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Today, we commemorate the 76th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, and we remember the six million Jewish lives—and the millions of other lives—lost during the Holocaust. We must never forget. #HolocaustRemembranceDay
I had a great meeting with Maj. Gen. Manke, Lt. Col. Hull, Brig. Gen. Gabrielli & 1SG Thompson of the @MNNationalGuard today. Glad for the opportunity to learn about their federal priorities and discuss how we can work together. Thank you!
Proud to join nearly 200 of my colleagues in support of the Hyde Amendment. For four decades, the bipartisan Hyde Amendment has prevented our tax dollars from funding abortions. Americans should NOT be forced to subsidize abortions! #SaveHyde
After ousting the House Ag chairman in November, Rep. Fischbach lands a spot on the committee.
Minnesota’s 7th District is among the top ag-producing districts in the nation and home to more than 30,000 farms.
As a member of the House Agriculture Committee, I am committed to being a strong voice for our farmers and producers @HouseAgGOP
(1/3) Today I introduced my first bill of the 117th Congress, the Saving America’s Mines Act. This bill would prevent any Administration from unilaterally halting the mining of critical minerals on federal lands where mining is currently allowed.
After the Trump Administration’s steadfast support for Minnesota’s mining industry, any move by a new Administration to block mineral development would be a major step back.
I join @RepPeteStauber in supporting this important legislation.
I was so sorry to learn of the passing of former Minnesota state Senator Jim Vickerman. Jim and I served together for many years, and I knew him to be a thoughtful person and effective public servant. Sending prayers and condolences to his family.
Today, we mark the 48th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade tragedy. Abortion has taken more than 60 million innocent lives, and affected countless mothers, fathers, and families.
We must continue to speak out against the murder of unborn children. If we don’t speak up, nobody will.
President Biden talked a lot about unity, then went to the White House and signed executive orders to block the Keystone XL Pipeline, stop deportations (even for criminals), and weaken border security.
These divisive actions will only hurt our recovery.
President Trump brought the U.S. closer than ever to energy independence, but President-elect Biden is already rolling it back. Blocking construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline would kill thousands of good-paying jobs and undermine our national security.
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