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  • Say 'No' to Statehood for Washington, D.C.
    Posted in Columns on June 26, 2020 | Preview rr

    Say 'No' to Statehood for Washington, D.C. June 6, 2020 The headlines have been filled with toppled, vandalized, and targeted statues over the past few weeks, including those of founding presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. But these aren’t the only efforts to tear down physical representations of our history. This week, the Party of Jefferson — or rather what it has turned into — is targeting another tangible legacy of the Founders’ vision: the federal district of Washington, D.C... Read more

  • Greene County Resident Receives Hice Headliner Award
    Posted in Articles on June 24, 2020 | Preview rr

    In this week’s edition of his email newsletter, Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) honored Tonya McWhorter, Volunteer Coordinator and Operator of the Greene County Food Pantry, as the “Hice Headliner” for the month of June. Each month, Congressman Hice recognizes one outstanding local citizen who goes above and beyond to help their neighbors and strengthen our community. “Tonya began her work with the Greene County Food Pantry in 2007, and after ten years of volunteering, she was offered a fulltime p... Read more

  • Hice Introduces the LIFE NOW Act (H.R.7211)
    Posted in Press Releases on June 16, 2020 | Preview rr
    Tags: Federal Budget & Spending, Protecting Life

    Congressman Jody Hice (R-GA) introduced the Limiting Infant Fatality and Empowering Nonprofit Organization Workforces (LIFE NOW) Act, which would prevent taxpayer dollars from going to abortion providers under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and allow large 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations to receive relief funding. “The Paycheck Protection Program is designed to assist America’s small businesses and non-profits curtail the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The LIF... Read more

  • REP. JODY HICE: End Racism – Not The Police
    Posted in Columns on June 14, 2020 | Preview rr

    In the days since George Floyd’s tragic and horrifying death, America has been rocked by an unprecedented rush of anger, frustration, anxiety and fear. Even in the midst of this turmoil, we can look in the mirror and confidently remind ourselves that the United States of America remains the greatest nation in the world. But, like all great societies, we have dark sins swept under the rug. The ultimate evil of those sins is racism and, even as past generations made painfully slow but nonetheless... Read more

  • Rep. Jody Hice: Confront old sins, return to God, and reject racism
    Posted in Columns on June 4, 2020 | Preview rr

    Frederick Douglass in 1847 defined a true patriot as a “lover of his country who rebukes and does not excuse its sins.” To love America genuinely, we cannot sweep our problems under the rug. We must acknowledge our national sins and actively work to right these wrongs. Nearly 200 years later, Douglass’s wisdom rings true. The tragic death of George Floyd has brought our nation’s sins to the forefront. My heart broke watching the appalling video of Floyd’s slow and agonizing last moments as he st... Read more

  • Mill Creek High School Student Wins Congressional Art Contest
    Posted in Press Releases on May 19, 2020 | Preview rr

    Monroe, GA – Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) today announced that the winner of the 2020 Congressional Art Competition is Isabella Floyd, a rising senior at Mill Creek High School in Hoschton, Georgia. Floyd submitted a photograph, entitled “Inspiration,” which will hang for one year in the U.S. Capitol. Additionally, Congressman Hice is pleased to congratulate Marnie Couch, whose mixed media artwork, entitled “American Soldier,” placed second in the competition. Couch, a rising senior at George W... Read more

  • Hice Announces Additional Academy Appointments
    Posted in Press Releases on May 19, 2020 | Preview rr

    Monroe, GA – U.S. Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) today announced the appointments of three additional students from Georgia’s 10th Congressional District who are headed to a United States Service Academy. Logan Paugh, a 2020 graduate of Mill Creek High School, will attend the United States Naval Academy; Austin Herndon, a 2019 graduate of Loganville High School, will attend the United States Military Academy after recently completing a year at the U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School; and Jay... Read more

  • Rep. Hice Spearheads Letter Blasting Dem Exploitation of COVID Crisis
    Posted in Press Releases on May 18, 2020 | Preview rr
    Tags: Oversight & Government Reform

    Washington, D.C. - Congressman Jody Hice (R-GA) released the following statement to accompany the letter he spearheaded with 39 House Republican colleagues encouraging Majority Leader Hoyer, Minority Leader McCarthy, Chairman McGovern, and Ranking Member Cole to put in place rules and procedures to prevent minority party members from being marginalized and silenced in remote committee hearings and briefings. “Whether it’s pushing massive bailout bills loaded with extreme liberal policies or forc... Read more

  • Why is Biden getting a free pass on sexual assault allegations? Abortion.
    Posted in Opinion Pieces on May 1, 2020 | Preview rr

    Why is Biden getting a free pass on sexual assault allegations? Abortion. May 1, 2020 The handling of sexual assault allegations against former Vice President Joe Biden once again has exposed the fundamental insincerity of the Left and its allies in the liberal media. When they’re put to the test and forced to judge one of their own, Democrats have shown that they don’t measure up to their supposed moral standards. In truth, they only have double standards: one for themselves and one for everyo... Read more

  • Hice Announces Art Competition Online Voting Begins TODAY
    Posted in Press Releases on April 27, 2020 | Preview rr

    Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) today announced that online voting now is open for the 2020 Congressional Art Competition. Starting this afternoon, the public may cast its vote to determine the winning piece, which will hang for one year in the Cannon Tunnel of the U.S. Capitol. The tunnel is the most highly traveled access point between the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Capitol. “As we continue to practice social distancing, we are abandoning our annual reception and traditional jud... Read more

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