September 20, 2016
For Immediate Release
Media Contact: Cate Cullen (202)225-4921
"In 1864, in the midst of the Civil War, the phrase “In God We Trust” appeared on U.S. coins which has become the unique identifier of American currency. This statement reflected the American sense that we did not trust in our material well-being but in the grace of God.
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.
In The News
Rep. Gary Palmer has introduced legislation aimed at combatting the EPA’s aggressive and controversial regulation of greenhouse gasses. H.R. 3880, the Stopping EPA Overreach Act of 2015, has already garnered significant Congressional support with 107 original cosponsors.
On Monday, November 9 U.S. Representative Gary Palmer (R from Hoover) addressed the Alabama Republican Assembly at their annual membership recruitment meeting at Levee’s in Northport.
Congressman Palmer said that we have just witnessed, “Historic changes in the House.” John Boehner was the first Speaker in the United States House to resign not for a health issue or a scandal.
America exists because brave patriots 240 years ago were willing to pay the price to fight and win the Revolutionary war.
WASHINGTON — As thousands of Alabamians gather today to commemorate and celebrate the military men and women who have served the United States with honor. It’s more than a day off from work, or a parade bedecked with red, white, and blue banners. Veterans Day is a time for all Americans to reflect on the ways we can serve those who served us.
Alabama congressional delegates Mo Brooks, Bradley Byrne, Gary Palmer and Robert Aderholt are among 184 conservative-leaning members of Congress urging the Environmental Protection Agency to abandon a new Renewable Fuel Standard plan.
Alabama Republican Rep. Gary Palmer wants to reassert Congress’s’ authority over the Environmental Protection Agency by putting the brakes on the agency’s global warming regulations.
An Alabama congressman wants to remove greenhouse gases from the list of air pollutants the Environmental Protection Agency can regulate so the agency has no authority to tackle climate change.