A Major Victory for the Rule of Law

Yesterday was a major step forward to restore the separation of powers and the rule of law in our country. The U.S. Supreme Court released their decision on United States v. Texas, a case challenging President Obama’s unconstitutional executive amnesty plan. The Supreme Court was tied 4-4, which means the lower court’s decision to halt the Administration’s amnesty plan will stand.

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Rep. Culberson Presents Congressional Gold Medal Award to Houston High School Student

Representative John Culberson (TX-07) presented the Congressional Award Gold Medal to Memorial High School Senior Lucy Tomford for her exceptional community service.

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Rep. Culberson Joins Fox Business to Discuss Obama's Internet Giveaway

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Culberson Amendment Fights Back Against Government Overregulation

Today, the House Appropriations Committee adopted an amendment, authored by Representative John Culberson (TX-07) and Representative Steven Palazzo (MS-04), during consideration of the fiscal year 2017 Interior and Environment bill, which prevents the Department of Interior from using any funds to implement the burdensome Air Quality Control Rule until after studies have proven that it is necessary.

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Rep. Culberson Amendment Protects Churches from IRS Bullying

The House Appropriations Committee today approved an amendment offered by Congressman John Culberson (TX-07) that will protect churches from being bullied by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and left-wing activists whenever a church engages in educational political activity. Culberson’s amendment was adopted 31-17 during a mark-up of the Financial Services and General Government Oversight Appropriations Bill for FY 2017.

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