Washington, D.C. - Congressman Kevin McCarthy issued the following statement after voting against the House Democrat leadership’s attempt to override the President’s veto of a security supplemental funding bill containing a timeline for withdrawal and restrictions on our troops:
Washington D.C. - Congressman Kevin McCarthy co-sponsored H.R. 638, The Violent Crime Reduction Act of 2007, which would combine and coordinate Federal, State, and local efforts to combat gangs.
Washington D.C. - During Congress’ district work period, Congressman Kevin McCarthy traveled to Iraq and Afghanistan on a bipartisan Congressional fact finding mission with Congressmen Vern Buchanan (R-FL), Brad Ellsworth (D-IN), Hank Johnson (D-GA), Adrian Smith (R-NE), and Gene Taylor (D-MS). McCarthy issued the following statement after returning from the fact finding missi
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Kevin McCarthy issued the following statement after voting against the House Democratic leadership’s Iraq supplemental funding bill containing a timeline for withdrawal and restrictions on our troops:
Washington D.C. - Applications are now being accepted for Congressman Kevin McCarthy’s summer Congressional Internship program.
Washington D.C. – Last night, Congressman Kevin McCarthy was unanimously elected to fill a vacancy on the House Committee on Homeland Security. The vacancy on the Committee arose after Committee assignments were reassigned following the death of Georgia Congressman Charlie Norwood. The assignment may be temporary; when a new Member is elected to serve the rest of Congressman
Bakersfield, CA – On Friday, March 16, 2007, Congressmen Kevin McCarthy and Jim Costa will hold a bipartisan listening session in Bakersfield on President Bush’s proposals for the 2007 Farm Bill. Both Congressmen serve on the House Agriculture Committee and will help craft the Farm Bill reauthorization later this year.
Washington D.C. – Congressman Kevin McCarthy and his 12 newly elected Republican colleagues sent President Bush a letter to express their concerns over conditions at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and demand for greater accountability at health care facilities that serve our nation’s heroes. In the letter to President Bush, McCarthy and his 12 colleagues called condition