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Washington, D.C. -- U.S. Representative Ted Budd (R-NC) released the following statement on the loss of 15 US Marines and 1 Sailor in the KC-130 airplane crash in Leflore County, Mississippi en route from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C:
One of the things that I’ve been struck by in Congress is the amount of time spent debating bills of little significance.
WASHINGTON, DC -- Representative Ted Budd (R-NC) released the following statement in regards to the passage of the Financial CHOICE Act:
Washington, D.C., Representative Ted Budd (NC-13) and three other lawmakers sent a letter urging the Chairman of the Internal Trade Commission (ITC) to consider the North Carolina manufacturing jobs at stake before making a ruling in a patent infringement dispute between Diebold-Nixd
WASHINGTON, DC -- Rep. Ted Budd (R-NC), whose efforts at oversight of the recent Kenya Foreign Military Sale have been stonewalled by the Air Force, released the following statement in the wake of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s decision to require the Air Force to turn over vital documents in the Kenya Foreign Military Sale:
WASHINGTON, DC -- Representative Ted Budd (R-NC) spoke on the House floor on the importance of preserving the Durbin Amendment repeal in the Financial Choice Act. Two weeks ago, the Financial Choice Act passed the House Financial Services Committee with a full repeal of the Durbin Amendment included.
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The first time Gallup polled the approval rating of the U.S. Congress, the year was 1974, and over the course of that year, it was about 40 percent.
At the beginning of this year, that approval rating had been cut in half, clocking in at an embarrassing 19 percent.
U.S. Reps. Ted Budd and Mark Walker joined two other North Carolina congressmen this week in prodding trade officials to rule in favor of an ATM manufacturer with a local workforce of more than 200.
A House government oversight committee is requesting the Air Force turn over documents related to a U.S. government weapons sale to Kenya pushed through on President Obama’s last day in office.
SALISBURY — In recent weeks, North Carolina’s newest congressman has narrowed his efforts to repeal regulations enacted following the Great Recession.
Republican Rep. Ted Budd of North Carolina will get an assist from the banking industry as he becomes a surprise center of controversy in a major lobbying war between the financial services industry and the retail, restaurant, and grocery store industries.
Every day, anonymous bureaucrats make decisions that will have a profound effect on people's lives. These decisions are as boring as they are important, and I suspect that most people are okay with the process to a degree — civilization requires a certain amount of paperwork.
A North Carolina congressman is calling for a probe into a potential $418 million contract between Kenya and a major U.S. defense contractor announced on President Obama's last day in office -- a deal the lawmaker claims reeks of cronyism.
IOMAX USA Inc., based in Mooresville, modifies crop dusters into surveillance planes fortified with such weapons as Hellfire missiles. The United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia use them to protect their borders. Now Kenya wants to buy some.
Buyer’s budget: $418 million.