Rep. Chip Roy, along with 18 other Republican members, sent the following letter Wednesday to AG Barr:
"Dear Attorney General Barr,
Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) released the following statement Tuesday regarding the 14th Annual Christians United for Israel (CUFI) Summit:
Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement Wednesday regarding the official launch of the Tx-21 Veterans Advisory Council:
Rep. Chip Roy is rolling out Healthcare Freedom this week. He published the following op-ed Monday morning:
Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement Friday afternoon regarding his bill--The Charitable Donations Freedom Act:
While Congress was dragging its feet, hard-working Americans were trying to give law enforcement goods to help care for migrant children.
WASHINGTON--Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement Thursday regarding the appointment of Matthew Kacsmaryk to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas:
WASHINGTON—Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) released the following statement Wednesday regarding Democrats’ commitment to putting President Donald Trump’s border supplemental on the floor for a vote:
WASHINGTON--Reps. Roy, Jordan, Biggs, Hice, Harris, Perry, Cloud, Cline, Wright, Davidson, and Norman announce press conference to urge Congress to address the humanitarian crisis on the southern border:
Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) released the following statement Wednesday on forcing action to address the humanitarian crisis on our southern border:
Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement Thursday regarding the VA MISSION Act:
“I am thrilled that some long-awaited changes are coming to the VA, opening up access to care in the community for more veterans who so choose to seek other expertise outside traditional VA care.
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During my short tenure as a member of Congress, I’ve found that the American people’s characterization of Washington as “broken,” or as our president famously coined in 2016, the “swamp,” is completely accurate. There is an inevitability, of sorts, that dominates the thinking and favors excuses over rational and deliberate action.