In an effort to prevent future insecure arrangements in handling classified information for government officials, the U.S. House Science, Space, and Technology Committee issued subpoenas to three companies who were responsible for maintaining Hillary Clinton’s email servers during her tenure as Secretary of State. At the order of Hillary Clinton, Platte River Networks refused to comply with this investigation. In response, the committee announced plans to hold the company in contempt of Congress. U.S. Representative Warren Davidson (R-Troy), member of the committee, released the following statement on this development
After filing a dispute at the World Trade Organization (WTO), the U.S. trade representative to China announced an end to China’s discriminatory tax exemption for Chinese-produced aircraft. The U.S. trade representative argued the Chinese practices to be “unfair” and “discriminatory.” Ohio’s aerospace industry employs thousands of people, many of them in the 8th Congressional District. U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Troy) released the following statement in response to this news:
Today, Congressman Warren Davidson (R-Troy) announced mobile office hours for the 8th Congressional District. Mobile office hours give constituents the opportunity to meet and discuss issues with Congressman Davidson’s staff.
The IRS released a new regulation which will drastically increase how much family farms and businesses pay in taxes. Rep. Davidson introduced the Protect Family Farms and Businesses Act to stop this regulation from going into effect.
Rep. Davidson introduced the Lead by Example Act in a call for his colleagues to stand with veterans in solidarity.
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Rep. Davidson Defends The 2nd Amendment on House FloorRep. Warren Davidson joined fellow members of Congress who served in the military on the floor of the House of Representatives to defend the Second Amendment. Click to hear what he had to say.