Representative Mark Sanford, Jr.'s Public Statements

Office: U.S. House (SC) - District 1, Republican
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12/16/16 Sanford Statement on President Obama Signing WIIN Act into Law 12/15/16 Sanford Comments on Verdict in Mother Emanuel Shooting 12/14/16 Sanford Praises Nomination of Governor Rick Perry 12/14/16 Sanford Comments on Federal Reserve Rate Hike 12/09/16 Once Again, Not All Things Are to be Decided in Washington. 12/08/16 Letter to President Elect Donald Trump - Cuba US Relations 12/08/16 George P. Kazen Federal Building and United States Courthouse 12/08/16 Today, the House Voted on the Further Continuing and Security Assistance Appropriations Act of 2017... the So-Called Continuing Resolution 12/05/16 On Friday, the House voted on the National Defense Authorization Act 12/05/16 Letter to the Hon. Donald Trump - Regarding Cuba Relations 12/02/16 The Federalist - Congress Shouldn't Exempt Women From The Draft If They're Eligible For Combat 12/02/16 Conference Report on S. 2943, National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 12/01/16 Last Night, the House Passed the 21st Century Cures Act 11/29/16 Sanford Praises Nomination of Chairman Tom Price for Cabinet Position 11/16/16 Letter to the Honorable Jeh Johnson, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security - Regarding the Implementation of the REAL-ID Act 11/16/16 Today, We Found Ourselves Back in The Ways and Means Committee Room 11/14/16 Washington is Aflutter With Talk of What Comes Next, and As A Consequence, It's A Most Interesting Time to be Back Up This Way. 10/26/16 While We Wait on the Next Set of Crazy Pronouncements From Trump or Clinton in the Presidential Race... 10/24/16 I Hope Your Weekend Was Good and That if You Are Still Trying to Get the House and Yard Back in Order, It Went Well 10/21/16 Shifting Gears for a Minute... Last Month, the House Successfully Voted to Override the Administration's Veto of a Bill - the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act 10/14/16 Letter to the Hon. Loretta Lynch, U.S. Attorney General and the Hon. James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence - Answers on Yahoo Email Surveillance 10/10/16 Sanford Releases Statement on Georgian Elections 10/05/16 Sanford Statement on Hurricane Matthew 10/03/16 Last Week, the House Voted on H.R. 3537, a Bill That Would Add 22 Different Drugs to the Highest Legal Level of Drug Enforcement, Called Schedule I 9/30/16 On Wednesday Night, We Voted on a Short-term Spending Bill, Called a Continuing Resolution (CR), That Will Fund Government Through December 8th 9/29/16 Sanford Applauds House Passage of Water Resources Development Act 9/28/16 The House Just Finished Voting on the Water Resources Development Act 9/28/16 Sanford Cosponsors Medal of Honor Museum Bill 9/28/16 Sanford Introduces the Responsible Law Enforcement Acquisition Act 9/27/16 Providing for Consideration of H.R. 5303, Water Resources Development Act of 2016; Providing for Consideration of Motions to Suspend the Rules; and Waiving a Requirement of Clause 6(a) of Rule XIII... 9/26/16 In the Category of Catch-up… Last Week, the House Voted on H.R. 5931, the Prohibiting Future Ransom Payments to Iran Act 9/24/16 Sanford to Visit Charleston Air Traffic Control Tower in Advance of NextGen Upgrade 9/23/16 Sanford Supports Efforts to Ban Seismic Testing in Atlantic 9/23/16 There Is a Saying That What Goes Around Comes Around 9/22/16 Sanford Introduces the TRUTH in Government Act 9/22/16 Can I Catch Up on One Thing I Missed? 9/21/16 Stability and Democracy for Ukraine Act 9/13/16 Letter to Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House of Representatives and Kevin McCarthy, US House of Representatives - Water Resource Development 9/07/16 Sanford Cosponsors No Ransom Payment Act 9/07/16 Expressing Support for the Territorial Integrity of Georgia 8/08/16 Sanford: Deficit is Dire 7/20/16 Last Week, the House Voted on S. 304, the Conscience Protection Act 7/20/16 Last Week, the House Voted on S. 304, the Conscience Protection Act 7/19/16 A week ago, the House voted on H.R. 4768, the Separation of Powers Restoration Act 7/19/16 A Week Ago, the House Voted on H.R. 4768, the Separation of Powers Restoration Act 7/13/16 Privacy and the Fourth Amendment Still Matter. Big Time. Accordingly, I Write on Three Votes that Occurred in the House on Monday Night 7/13/16 Privacy and the Fourth Amendment Still Matter. Big Time. Accordingly, I Write on Three Votes That Occurred in the House on Monday Night 7/12/16 Last week, the House voted on S. 524, the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 7/12/16 Last Week, the House Voted on S. 524, the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 7/09/16 In the Category of Catching Up....

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