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January 31, 2017 Newsletters

Dear Friend,

The 115th Congress is off to a fast start, and I’m hopeful we can deliver on our promises to limit the size and scope of government.

June 21, 2016 Press Release
Congressman Gary Palmer (R-AL) introduced an amendment to H.R. 5485, the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act. His amendment protects religious liberty by prohibiting funds from being used to implement DC’s Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act (RHNDA).
January 6, 2016 Press Release

Washington D.C. –  Congressman Gary Palmer (R-AL) applauded the passage of Senate amendments to H.R. 3762, a budget “reconciliation” bill that repeals critical components of Obamacare.  The bill also places a one-year moratorium on Planned Parenthood funding.  The bill will now go to President Obama’s desk.

December 18, 2015 Press Release
For Immediate Release Washington D.C. – Congressman Gary Palmer (R-AL), a member of the House Budget Committee, voted against H.R. 2029, the “Omnibus” spending bill, because it doesn’t abide by the budget resolution passed by the House and it failed to include necessary policy corrections.
October 30, 2015 Newsletters
For our founding fathers, life was the first right. They understood that there is an order to things that even nature teaches us. They understood and fully embraced that the first and foremost right is life, because without life, there is no liberty. Without life, there is no pursuit of happiness. Without life, there is no discussion of a right to privacy or a right to choose, because without life, there is nothing to choose. Life presupposes and precedes all other rights. That is why the right to life is fundamental to everything I believe.
October 8, 2015 In The News

Wednesday, October 7 U.S. Representative Gary Palmer (R from Hoover) announced in a statement that he has voted for House Resolution 461, establishing a Select Investigative Panel of the Committee on Energy and Commerce to investigate alleged inhumane issues surrounding fetal tissue procurement practices.

October 7, 2015 Press Release
For Immediate Release Washington D.C. – Today, Congressman Gary Palmer (R-AL), a member of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, voted for H.Res. 461, Establishing a Select Investigative Panel of the Committee on Energy and Commerce. Introduced by Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC), this resolution establishes panel to investigate issues surrounding fetal tissue procurement, federal funding that goes to abortion providing organizations, and medical procedures in the case of children born alive during an attempted abortion. The legislation passed by a vote of 242 to 184.
October 1, 2015 In The News
Wednesday, September 29, 2015 U.S. Representative Gary Palmer (R from Alabama) said in a statement that he is a cosponsor of H.R.3495, the Women's Public Health and Safety Act. H.R.3495 was introduced by Rep. Sean Duffy (R from Wisconsin). This bill allows states to exclude organizations that perform abortions from participating in Medicaid programs. Congressman Palmer voted for this bill on the House floor on Wednesday. The bill passed by a vote of 236 to 193.
September 29, 2015 Press Release
For Immediate Release Washington D.C. – Congressman Gary Palmer (R-AL), participated in the Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s hearing on Planned Parenthood’s federal funding. Palmer questioned Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s President, Cecile Richards, about the group’s extensive political activities.
September 29, 2015 Press Release
For Immediate Release Washington D.C. – Congressman Gary Palmer (R-AL), is a cosponsor of H.R.3495, the Women's Public Health and Safety Act. Introduced by Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI), this bill allows states to exclude organizations that perform abortions from participating in Medicaid programs. Congressman Palmer voted for this bill on the House floor today. The bill passed by a vote of 236 to 193.