GREAT NEWS → The House just unanimously passed another jobs bill. This common-sense legislation is going to make it easier for Americans to get the career and technical skills they need to fill better, higher-paying jobs.
The House of Representatives just held a moment of silence in memory of the seven sailors we lost in the USS Fitzgerald crash. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims, their families, and the entire crew.
So awesome to have Capitol Police Officer Crystal Griner—who was injured in the line of duty during last week's Alexandria shooting—with us at last night's Congressional Women's Softball Game to raise awareness and fundraise in the fight against breast cancer.
What I’m learning as my kids enter their teens is that you’ve got to find hobbies that keep you ingrained with them. Whether it’s riding bikes, hunting, or just hanging out around a bonfire, spending time with your kids is just the most peaceful, loving, beautiful feeling that a dad can have.
Last night, something truly special happened: Republicans and Democrats came together to express our gratitude to law enforcement, show our support for those who were injured, and also to unite as a nation in the face of such tragedy.
An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us. We are all praying for those who were attacked and their families. For all the noise and fury, we are a family. These were our brothers and sisters in the line of fire. These were our brothers and sisters who ran into danger and saved countless lives. And we are united.
The House voted 415-3 to step up protections for the survivors of child abuse and punish those who abuse them. We will go after child sex offenders, and we will make sure survivors have the highest protection of the law.