GILBERT, ARIZONA – Last week, Congressman Andy Biggs sent a letter to Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, requesting answers to questions about veterans benefits.
Read the full text of the letter below:
November 3, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. – As tax reform discussions intensify around the nation, Congressman Biggs issued the following statement:
"There is much to like about the plan released yesterday. I believe that millions of Americans and their businesses stand to benefit greatly from its passage.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, House Republicans released their tax reform package. Congressman Andy Biggs issued the following statement:
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Biggs released the following statement on the progress of the Mueller investigation:
“This week’s indictments, although arguably outside the special counsel’s jurisdiction, prove, yet again, that there was no collusion between President Trump and Russia to influence the 2016 election.
Washington, D.C. – This week reports indicated that the controversial “Trump dossier,” used during the 2016 presidential campaign to discredit then-candidate Donald Trump with unverified allegations of misconduct, was sponsored, in part, by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, President Trump signed an executive order to resume the U.S. refugee admissions program after installing additional vetting mechanisms to protect Americans from potential terrorists.
Gilbert, Arizona – Yesterday, the FBI released new documents showing that former FBI Director James Comey had, in fact, drafted a statement clearing Hillary Clinton from wrongdoing over use of a personal email server holding classified information prior to the investigation’s conclusion. Congressman Biggs released the following statement:
Washington, D.C. - Yesterday, President Trump announced two actions to stabilize the failing health care sector and help return additional free market control to patients and their doctors.
WASHINGTON – U.S.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ahead of today’s House vote on Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief Requirements, Congressman Biggs transmitted the following letter to Speaker Paul Ryan:
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From the moment I decided to run for Congress, I have repeatedly promised the residents of the East Valley that I would fight for a clean repeal of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.
Since this law took effect in 2010, Americans have faced rising premiums, fewer choices, and decreasing quality of care.
PHOENIX — As the GOP health care bill made it past an early stumbling block Friday morning, Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs said he would not be voting for it as is.
Anti-abortion groups and conservative lawmakers are worried that several provisions aimed at cutting abortions won't survive in the House Republicans' plan to repeal Obamacare.
BY LYDIA WHEELER - 03/14/17 (The Hill)
The U.S. Judicial Conference agreed Tuesday to recommend Congress add five judges to the California-based federal court of appeals.
After years of calling for the dismantling of "Obamacare," many Republicans have come to a stark realization. It might be all but impossible, politically, to do so while ignoring how it extended coverage to millions of uninsured Americans.
Most of Arizona's congressional delegation appears to oppose the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which is expected to face a key vote Friday. Democrats oppose the GOP's American Health Care Act outright, and most of the state's Republicans saw the plan as insufficiently conservative.
President Trump delivered his first speech to joint session of Congress last night. The president touched on many topics including securing the border, immigration and the health care system.
Four members of Arizona’s congressional delegation tweeted throughout President Donald Trump's speech to Congress on Tuesday night: Republicans Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar and Democrats Ruben Gallego and Tom O’Hall
Eager to help President Trump complete the 1,954-mile wall on the southern border, lawmakers are considering a financing plan that would tax the money that immigrants send home to Mexico and tap State Department foreign aid to the country.