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December 5, 2019 In The News

A group of lawmakers on Wednesday (Dec. 4) sent a stern letter to the director of the American Law Institute expressing their concerns with a planned Copyright Restatement Project that they believe has the potential to upend copyright law interpretation.

December 5, 2019 In The News

At the first House Judiciary Committee impeachment inquiry hearing, Rep. Ben Cline, R-Botetourt, denounced what he called the “sham impeachment of this president.”

December 4, 2019 In The News

It might’ve been his Thanksgiving-themed quip about the impeachment report being a “half-baked bird.” Maybe it was his movie analogy, suggesting Democrats have reached the “Empire Strikes Back” phase of their efforts to oust President Donald Trump, but the rebels will win in the end.

November 30, 2019 In The News

Ben Cline started his politics career working for Rep. Bob Goodlatte. After 16 years in the House of Delegates, he joined Congress this year.

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November 30, 2019 In The News

WASHINGTON — Rep. Ben Cline walked out of a meeting about the ballooning cost of higher education frustrated. He had just been defeated — again.

November 30, 2019 In The News

Photos from Rep. Ben Cline's first year in Congress.

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November 27, 2019 In The News

Last year a bipartisan group in Congress passed a sweeping law to address the opioid crisis. But the opioid epidemic continues to rage in states like Virginia and there’s a new Congress, yet the crisis isn’t talked about much at the Capitol these days.

Some lawmakers in the Commonwealth want that to change.

November 26, 2019 In The News

ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) - Congressman Ben Cline said Tuesday that no one is above serving. So, that's exactly what he did at Roanoke's Rescue Mission.

He toured the facility, including the warehouse where hundreds of boxes are packed each week that are then given out each Saturday to families in need.

November 25, 2019 In The News

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WSET) -- Congressman Ben Cline released a statement after Jens Soering and Elizabeth Haysom were granted parole on Monday.

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November 25, 2019 In The News

Jens Soering and Elizabeth Haysom — who were convicted in the horrific 1985 slayings of Haysom's parents — were granted parole Monday and will be released to immigration officials for deportation to their home countries of Germany and Canada, respectively.

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