I introduced the Regulatory De-militarization Act, legislation that would repeal federal regulatory agencies’ arrest and firearm authority and prohibit them from purchasing weaponry regulated under the National Firearms Act, such as machine guns and grenades
Rep. Tom Cotton released the following statement in response to recent reports that soldiers deployed to Afghanistan received letters informing them their service would no longer be needed when their deployments end
I introduced the Amy and Vicky Child Pornography Victim Restitution Improvement Act to make the recovery and well-being of child pornography victims a top-priority in our fight to end this heinous exploitation of children
The Arkansas Delegation wrote to USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack in support of Governor Mike Beebe’s request for federal disaster assistance for Arkansas farmers and ranchers suffering from losses caused by severe weather in the state
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Did you know numerous federal regulatory agencies were granted law enforcement power in the 2002 Homeland Security Act? As a result, agencies like the Fish and Wildlife Service, the Food and Drug Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, and even the Department of Education now have their own highly armed, swat-like police forces.
Growing up on a farm in Dardanelle, my parents made sure I understood the value of a dollar and the value of saving a dollar. Unfortunately, I fear too many Americans today haven’t learned the same lessons about the importance of savings. Did you know the annual savings rate in the United States in 2012 was just 4.1 percent?
Contact: Caroline Rabbitt: 202-225-3772
Cotton Urges Senate to Protect Deployed Troops From Losing Their Jobs