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  • Blaine's Bulletin: Kicking off the 115th Congress
    Posted in Columns on January 6, 2017 | Preview rr

    The first week in January was not only the start to a new year, but it also was the start of the the 115th Congress – and House Republicans were ready to hit the ground running. Read more

  • Blaine's Bulletin: Looking Ahead to 2017
    Posted in Columns on December 30, 2016 | Preview rr

    2017 not only means the start of a new year but it also means the start of a new Congress. On January 3, the 115th Congress officially kicks off. I am ready to get to work with my colleagues and the Trump Administration to start passing an agenda that Americans want to see implemented and the next few months are going to be extremely busy doing just that. Read more

  • Blaine's Bulletin: Looking Back on 2016
    Posted in Columns on December 23, 2016 | Preview rr

    This time of year it is normal to sit down and reflect on what 2016 has brought us. Through good times and bad times, we have many reasons to be thankful for what we were able to achieve or experience over the last 12 months. Read more

  • Blaine's Bulletin: Spirit of the Season
    Posted in Columns on December 16, 2016 | Preview rr

    “Joy is the true gift of Christmas, not the expensive gifts that call for time and money…Let us pray that this presence of the liberating joy of God shines forth in our lives.” – Pope Benedict XVI Read more

  • Blaine's Bulletin: Upholding Article I of the Constitution
    Posted in Columns on December 9, 2016 | Preview rr
    Tags: Our U.S. Constitution

    Article I of the United States Constitution establishes the legislative branch of the federal government and bestows federal legislative power exclusively to Congress. Unfortunately, we have had to remind the outgoing Administration more than once that Congress, not the President, writes the laws and his job is to faithfully executive them as they are written. Read more

  • Blaine's Bulletin: A Life-Saving Bill, Tele-Town Hall, and Constituent Service Days
    Posted in Columns on December 2, 2016 | Preview rr
    Tags: Health-Care

    This week in Congress, the House took a big step and passed a life-saving bill that has one core goal in mind – to get cures and treatments to patients faster. Read more

  • Blaine's Bulletin: Small Business Saturday
    Posted in Columns on November 25, 2016 | Preview rr
    Tags: Small Business

    The holiday season is officially here which means Christmas trees are being decorated with lights and ornaments, lots of friends and family gatherings, and the shopping season has arrived. Read more

  • Blaine's Bulletin: The Spirit of Thanksgiving
    Posted in Columns on November 18, 2016 | Preview rr

    There is always something for which to be thankful. With Thanksgiving upon us and Christmas right around the corner, please take a moment to reflect on the past year. While each and everyone of us has likely had tough days, weeks, and even months – at the end of the day – we have so much for which to be thankful. Read more

  • Blaine's Bulletin: Putting Families and Consumers Ahead of Big Government
    Posted in Columns on November 9, 2016 | Preview rr

    Over the last few years, I have heard time and time again about the new rules and regulations that are being piled on the backs of our nation’s small businesses and their hard working employees. They aren’t wrong that this it has been a regulatory avalanche: an average of 81 new major rules have been announced by the Obama Administration annually, including a total of 43 major regulations with more than $100 billion in cost. The Obama Administration has issued rules that will easily exceed $130 billion in total, making this administration the greatest issuer of red-tape in American history. Read more

  • Blaine's Bulletin: Recognizing Veterans Day
    Posted in Columns on November 4, 2016 | Preview rr
    Tags: Veterans

    The roots of Veterans Day can be traced to November 11, 1918. On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, the armistice that ended fighting on the western front of World War I between America and her allies, and Germany took effect. It was the end to the most horrific war the world had known to that point. 2.8 million Americans were drafted into military service and 116,708 of those who went overseas did not come home. Read more

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