Congressman Kevin McCarthy joined Fox & Friends this morning to discuss the government shutdown and Democrats refusing to offer serious solutions.
Excerpts of Congressman McCarthy's interview can be found below, or you can watch the full video here.
Congressman Kevin McCarthy released the following statement after House Democrats voted against H.Res 11 as the Motion To Commit to add language to H. Res. 5, calling on the House to not adjourn until the full government is funded and open again:
Congressman McCarthy released the following statement on House Democrats’ repeal of the Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance policy, which keeps U.S. foreign aid money from being used to perform or promote abortion:
Congressman Kevin McCarthy delivered the following remarks today to welcome the 116th Congress:
"Colleagues, friends, and fellow Americans, it is my honor to serve with you and to welcome you to the first day of the 116th Congress of the United States House of Representatives.
Congressman McCarthy released the following statement on funding the government:
“Tonight the House passed a Continuing Resolution to keep the government open, secure our borders, and provide relief to communities harmed by natural disasters.
Congressman McCarthy released the following statement on the Obamacare ruling by a U.S. District Court in Texas:
Congressman Kevin McCarthy released the following statement on the passage the Farm Bill:
Congressman Kevin McCarthy delivered the following remarks today at a House Judiciary Committee hearing titled, “Examining Google and its Data Collection, Use and Filtering Practices.”
Full remarks are below, or watch online here.
Today, Congressman Kevin McCarthy is pleased to announce the U.S. Department of Transportation’s intention to award a $17.5 million grant to the Kern Council of Governments for Kern County California State Route 46 Widening Segment 4B project. The grant award is from the U.S.
Today, Congressman Kevin McCarthy is pleased to announce his nominations to the United States Service Academies. Nominees were selected in a competitive process in which a number of highly qualified 23rd Congressional District high school students applied for consideration.