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June 6, 2017

Dear Friend,

Some may call our district work periods “recess” or a “vacation”, but they are anything but that. Instead they are a great opportunity for me to connect with the great people of Alabama’s Sixth District and see all of the good happening in our own backyards! 

January 31, 2017

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.

January 3, 2017

Dear Friend,

October 6, 2016

As October begins, I am looking forward to spending the entire month back in Alabama's Sixth District. I will be hosting Town Hall's throughout the month across the district. These events are important to me because they are a great opportunity for us to have open dialogue about the issues we all face. I look forward to seeing you at one of the upcoming Town Halls.

June 25, 2016

I appreciate you taking the time to read my newsletter. It's been a busy week up in D.C. from meeting with people from our district to committee hearings to the sit-in staged on the House floor. The Supreme Court also released their decision on United States v. Texas putting the power back in the hands of the American people, not President Obama's.

June 3, 2016

Dear Friend,

January 7, 2016
It's Time To Stop the EPA's Overreach Today, the Environmental Protection Agency is one of the most powerful and most feared regulatory agencies in the country. What was originally intended to be an agency with a relatively modest charter has become much more powerful. The EPA is now claiming unrestrained authority to issue regulations that have major negative consequences for the American economy with little or no accountability to Congress.
November 30, 2015
The EPA is out of control. Because of this, I have introduced The Stopping EPA Overreach Act of 2015. This bill would remove the ability of the EPA to regulate so-called “greenhouse gasses,” an authority the EPA assumed after Massachusetts v. EPA, a controversial 5-4 Supreme Court decision handed down in 2007 which interpreted the Clean Air Act to allow regulations of common and necessary compounds that were not contemplated when the act was originally passed.
October 30, 2015
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.
September 23, 2015
Palmer Opposes Iran Deal Iran presents a major threat to the U.S., to Israel, and to other allies in the region. Iranian politicians have threatened to wipe Israel "off the map," and the Iranian government continually funnels money to terrorist organizations that threaten Israel and the U.S. every day. For a number of years now, Iran has been seeking nuclear weapons, and the U.S., Israel, and our allies have been seeking to stop them.

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