Indiana senators and representatives are asking President Trump to renew the opioid public health emergency declaration.
“The House took action to stop the job-killing medical device tax, extend CHIP for six years, and provide critical funding for our military.”
Bill Suspends Job-Killing Tax, Extends CHIP for Six Years, Averts Government Shutdown
A short-term federal spending plan proposed this week by House Republican leaders would suspend the 2.3 percent sales tax for two years, retroactive to Jan. 1. Congress has until Saturday to extend spending or risk a government shutdown.
Walorski successfully convinced the IRS to treat military retirees as fairly as it treats other retirees when collecting unpaid taxes.
Asks HHS Investigator About Efforts to Combat Fraudulent Opioid Prescribing Practices
In Response to Walorski Letter, Tax Agency Reverses Decision that Threatened Pensions of Low-Income Military Retirees
House Passes Six-Year Extension of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Program
Sent Letter Urging Indiana State Department of Health to Protect Sanctity of Life
House Condemns Regime’s Crackdown on Peaceful Protests