Representative Billy Long's Public Statements

Office: U.S. House (MO) - District 7, Republican
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Issue Position: Constitutional Amendment Putting a "Lid on Taxes" Issue Position: End Wasteful Spending Issue Position: Opposing "Card Check" Legislation Issue Position: Social Values Issue Position: Second Amendment Issue Position: Supporting Free Trade to Open New Markets for Missouri Goods Issue Position: Protecting Your Property Rights Issue Position: Combating Illegal Immigration Issue Position: Energy Independence 4/10/15 Long's Short Report - The Annual Day of Dread 4/03/15 Long's Short Report - Strengthening Medicare for Seniors 3/31/15 Letter to: Secretaries Tom Vilsack, Department of Agriculture, and Sylvis Matthews Burwell, Department of Health and Human Services : Call for Sound Science in Dietary Guidelines 3/27/15 Long's Short Report - The Balanced Budget for a Stronger America 3/26/15 Letter to Governor Jay Nixon and Attorney General Chris Koster: Urging Missouri to Join Immigration Lawsuit 3/26/15 Long, Colleagues Urge Gov. Nixon and AG Koster to Join Lawsuit Against President's Unilateral Actions on Immigration 3/26/15 Long Supports Effort to Strengthen Medicare, Provide Certainty for Seniors and Physicians 3/25/15 Long Supports Budget Blueprint that Balances in Less Than 10 Years 3/20/15 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Iran Nuclear Negotiations 3/20/15 Long Short Report - Defeat Islamic Extremists 3/19/15 Letter to Andy Slavitt, Acting Administrator of the Center for Medicare & Medicare Services - Policy Changes to the Medicare Advantage Program 3/16/15 House Republicans Support Bipartisan Investigative Committee on Israel Elections 3/16/15 Hartzler Joins Pittenger, 12 Colleagues Urging State Department and Obama Affiliate to Come Clean on Questionable Funding of Anti-Netanyahu Campaign 3/04/15 Letter to B. Todd Jones, Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives - Ammunition Ban 2/26/15 #SubCommTech Members Respond to FCC's Unprecedented Regulation of the Internet 2/12/15 Long Hopes Annual Congressional Art Competition Will Draw Interest 2/11/15 Long: Replace Federal Rules with Common Sense Rules 2/11/15 Long Backs Construction of Keystone XL, Bill Heads to President's Desk 2/10/15 Long Leads Effort to Protect Jobs; Repeal Onerous Obamacare Provision 2/05/15 Long Statement on FCC Drive to Reclassify Internet Under Title II 2/03/15 Long Votes to Repeal Obamacare 1/30/15 Long's Short Report- Protecting Taxpayer Dollars; Promoting Life 1/30/15 Letter to Robert McEllrath, President of the International Longshore Warehouse Union and James McKenna, Chair and CEO of Pacific Maritime Association - Port Negotiation Resolution 1/27/15 Long Back from Congressional Delegation Tour of Southern Border 1/23/15 Long's Short Report- The Secure Our Borders First Act 1/22/15 Long Introduces Adoption Promotion Act; Celebrates Families 1/22/15 Long Stands Up for Life 1/21/15 Long Votes to Expedite Approval of Natural Gas Pipelines 1/20/15 Long Statement on State of the Union 1/16/15 Long's Short Report- Defunding the President's Executive Amnesty 1/15/15 Long's Taxpayer Transparency Act Back in 114th Congress 1/14/15 Forest Service Announces Open House, Extends Public Comment on Barry County Controlled Burn 1/14/15 Long Votes to Defund President's Unilateral Executive Amnesty 1/09/15 Long's Short Report- Reining in the President's Health Care Law 1/09/15 Long Votes to Approve Construction of Keystone XL Pipeline 1/01/15 Long's Short Report- Building on Energy and Commerce Committee's Record of Success 12/26/14 Long's Short Report- Looking Ahead to the 114th Congress 12/19/14 Long Urges Corps Grant 90 Day Extension for Ozarks Rivers Heritage Foundation to Comply with Deadline 12/19/14 Letter to Colonel Courtney W. Paul - Long Urges Corps Grant 90 Day Extension for Ozarks Rivers Heritage Foundation to Comply with Deadline 12/19/14 Long Secures Commitment from Forest Service to Hold Open House on Controlled Burn in Barry County 12/18/14 Letter to Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Matthews Burwell - Affordable Care Act