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Capitol Report: Taking Care of Our Veterans

by Congressman Sam Graves

I’m committed to making sure that we take care of those at home who have protected and fought for our freedom abroad. It’s a commitment we made and a commitment we must keep. That’s why I was proud to support several veterans-related bills in this session of Congress.

The Improving Job Opportunities for Veterans Act (HR 1412) would increase the number of jobs available to veterans

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Capitol Report: Listening is Key

by Congressman Sam Graves

John Marshall, the longest serving Supreme Court Justice in history, once noted that, “To listen well is as powerful a means of communication and influence as to talk well.” Indeed, throughout my time in Congress, I have believed you can learn a lot more by listening.

That’s why I enjoyed traveling the Sixth Congressional District throughout the month of August. At every stop, dozens of people

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Capitol Report: Making Government Leaner

by Congressman Sam Graves

A candidate vying to be president of the United States once said: “For three long years I have been going up and down this country preaching that government – federal, state and local – costs too much… we must abolish useless offices. We must eliminate unnecessary functions of government. We must consolidate subdivisions of government and, like the private citizens, give up luxuries which we can

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Capitol Report: Keeping the IRS Out of Health Care

by Congressman Sam Graves

Washington has simply gotten too big, too bloated, and too intrusive in our everyday lives. That’s why this past week, the House of Representatives passed a package of bills designed to rein in excess, punish abuse, and hold bureaucrats accountable.

Among the bills approved by the House are ones to end lavish government employee conferences, allow the IRS to fire employees who engage in political targeting,

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Capitol Report: Who is a Full Time Worker?

by Congressman Sam Graves

In 2010, Nancy Pelosi said we needed to pass the president’s healthcare law in order to find out what was in it. It turns out, even those who voted to pass the law are still finding out what is in it, three years later. To this day, we continue to discover new provisions which will negatively impact businesses, workers, and the overall economy.

As you may

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Capitol Report: Delaying the Healthcare Mandates

by Congressman Sam Graves

Last week, I noted that the Obama Administration announced it was delaying Obamacare’s ‘employer mandate,’ requiring all businesses with 50 or more employees to provide their full-time workers with an affordable healthcare option or face a penalty.

We know that some small businesses have reduced employees’ hours or held off hiring in their scramble to comply with this law’s heavy-handed requirements. For instance, the U.S. Chamber

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Capitol Report: More Healthcare Uncertainty

by Congressman Sam Graves

You may have heard that the Obama Administration recently announced it was delaying the ‘employer mandate,’ a key component of the Affordable Care Act. The mandate requires all businesses with 50 or more employees provide their full-time workers with an affordable healthcare option or face a penalty.

While this delay may provide some relief for the Administration, it won’t help small businesses that will still have

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Capitol Report: Reducing Government Waste

by Congressman Sam Graves

Sequestration offered Washington a real chance to reduce wasteful spending within the Federal government. Instead, the Obama Administration took advantage of the situation for political gain.

Think about the Department of Defense’s attempt to reduce tuition assistance for the brave men and women who serve our nation in the Armed Forces; or the White House indefinitely cancelling all White House tours during one of the busiest

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Capitol Report: The Declaration of Independence

by Congressman Sam Graves

On July 3, 1776, a 41 year-old patriot named John Adams wrote a letter to his wife describing the Declaration of Independence that the Continental Congress would adopt the next day. The future president wrote, “I am well aware of the Toil and Blood and Treasure, that it will cost Us to maintain this Declaration, and support and defend these States. Yet through all the Gloom

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