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Committee on House Administration, Republican Office - Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-IL)
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CHA Republicans Jan 19
The Committee's thoughts and prayers are with our former Chair Candice Miller in this devastating time of the passing of her husband Judge Donald Miller. Like her, Judge Miller dedicated his life to public service.
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CHA Republicans Jan 12
The incoming president of the National Association of Secretaries of State calls “a huge federal overreach.”
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CHA Republicans Jan 9
At least now we know who wrote . Will these outside organizations be briefing the Democrats on their bill’s content soon?
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CHA Republicans Jan 4
Questions that should be asked (6): Why didn’t the Members of Congress standing behind the podium write the bill? Isn’t that our job?
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CHA Republicans Jan 4
Questions that should be asked (5): Who are the grassroots organizations that wrote this bill?
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CHA Republicans Jan 4
Questions that should be asked (4): Is this Speaker Pelosi’s idea of bipartisanship for the 116th Congress?
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CHA Republicans Jan 4
Questions that should be asked (3): If Committee on House Administration has jurisdiction over the focus of the bill, why weren’t the Committee Republicans consulted?
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CHA Republicans Jan 4
Questions that should be asked (2): Who wrote everything that is contained in H.R. 1?
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CHA Republicans Jan 4
Questions that should be asked: Has anyone at the podium read H.R. 1 or does anyone know what’s in it?
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CHA Republicans Jan 4
Dems say they want transparency, yet won’t take questions during a press conference on a 571 page bill that was released to the public less than 24 hours ago...
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CHA Republicans Jan 4
The new Democratic Majority needs to focus on the actual problems within our election system instead of prematurely pushing a preset agenda with H.R. 1. Our Committee has an obligation to ensure every American’s vote is counted and protected.
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US Rep Rodney Davis Jan 3
The 116th Congress has begun! As Ranking Member of the Committee on House Administration, I served as a teller to count the votes for Speaker of the House.
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Rep. Bradley Byrne Dec 21
Glad to learn that has signed into law our bill to increase accountability and transparency in Congress as it relates to sexual harassment and other employment law claims. No longer will taxpayers be on the hook for the misdeeds of a Member of Congress.
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Jackie Speier Dec 13
Today we passed by unanimous consent the CAA Reform Act to hold Members of Congress personally liable for sexual harassment & retaliation. This is how Congress is supposed to work - across the aisle to get the job done! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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CHA Republicans Dec 13
By Unanimous Consent, the House passed the Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 Reform Act. This historical set of reforms will focus on protecting victims, strengthening transparency, holding Members accountable for personal conduct, and improving the adjudication process.
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US Rep Rodney Davis Dec 11
As the Ranking Member-Elect for the 116th Congress, it is my great honor to announce that the CIPIID Program will now be known as the Gregg and Livingston Harper Congressional Internship Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities.
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CHA Republicans Dec 11
Future CHA Ranking Member announced he will carry on the CIPIID program in the 116th, renaming it the Gregg and Livingston Harper Congressional Internship Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities to honor the founder and his son Livingston.
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Tim Scott Dec 11
Chairman has been instrumental in his work with the Congressional Internship Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. It’s a joy to see the good work and opportunity that CIPIID has done!
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Veronica Escobar Nov 28
The highlight of is getting to spend time with great people like new members ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦@SenatorSylvia⁩
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Tim Burchett Nov 27
Obligatory White House tour freshman class photo.
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