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Rep. Chip Roy joined 159 of his Republican colleagues Monday in sending a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi requesting she bring the USMCA trade agreement to the House floor for a vote.
The letter can be found here.
Dear Speaker Pelosi:
The undersigned Republican Members strongly urge you to ensure that the House of Representatives takes up and passes the U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade agreement this year.
Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement Tuesday evening:
The news that President Trump is poised to declare certain dangerous Mexican drug cartels as Foreign Terrorist Organizations is a huge development in taking on the absolute evil they perpetrate on Americans, our friends in Mexico, and migrants seeking a better life.
WASHINGTON—Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement Wednesday regarding the Trump administration’s movement of funds to construct fencing and infrastructure along the southern border:
I am pleased to see today that the 21st Congressional District, and its numerous important military installations including Fort Sam Houston and the Army Futures Command, is not directly impacted by the effort of the administration to secure border funding from future DOD projects.
WASHINGTON--Rep. Chip Roy, along with 33 Republican House members, sent the following letter to Speaker Pelosi Thursday afternoon: