WASHINGTON−Just hours after the FBI Director designated the Chattanooga shootings as terrorism the Secretary of the Navy has announced that the victims of those attacks will receive the Purple Heart. Following the announcement Congressman Fleischmann made the following statement.
WASHINGTON−FBI Director, James Comey, announced today that the July 16th shootings at two military sites in Chattanooga were inspired by a foreign terrorist organization. Congressman Fleischmann and Homeland Security Committee Chairman, Michael McCaul (TX-10), released the following statements regarding the terrorism designation.
WASHINGTON− Today, the House of Representatives passed the SAFE Act to suspend the admission of Syrian and Iraqi refugees into the United States until security officials can certify the integrity of the background check process. Following the passage of the SAFE Act Congressman Fleischmann released the following statement.
WASHINGTON− Following the recent acts of terror that took place in Paris, Congressman Fleischmann released the following statement on the United States accepting Syrian refugees.
Chattanooga− Congressman Fleischmann released the following statement on President Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline.
WASHINGTON− Today, following the House’s vote to elect Rep. Paul D. Ryan (WI-01) Speaker of the House Congressman Fleischmann released the following statement.
WASHINGTON− Today, after passage of the Budget Act Congressman Fleischmann released the following statement.
WASHINGTON− Congressman Chuck Fleischmann released the following statement today following the announcement by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission that TVA has been issued an operating lease for Watts Bar Unit 2.
WASHINGTON− The House Nuclear Cleanup Caucus held a meeting and panel discussion on Wednesday, September 30 to discuss the EM mission. The caucus meeting featured remarks by the new Department of Energy Assistant Secretary Dr.
WASHINGTON− Congressman Fleischmann released the following statement today following the House’s vote on the Continuing Resolution that would fund the government through mid-December.