WASHINGTON – Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06) released the below statement after being sworn in as a Member of the 117th Congress.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06) released the below statement following House passage of H.R. 9051 – the Caring for Americans with Supplemental Help Act.
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06) announced that he will host a District-wide Telephone Town Hall. Cline will be joined on this call by the Chairman of the Congressional Doctors Caucus, Representative Phil Roe, M.D. (TN-01), and Dr. Laura Kornegay, Health Director for the Central Shenandoah Health District.
WASHINGTON – This week, Congressmen Ben Cline (R-VA-06) and Dean Phillips (D-MN-03) introduced H. Res. 1086 - the 48-Hour Bill Review Resolution, which will help ensure Members of Congress and the public are afforded the necessary time to read and review legislation before a vote is called on the House Floor.
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06) sent a letter to Governor Northam urging the Commonwealth to act immediately to grant a much-needed Emergency Declaration to the city of Staunton.
On August 8, heavy rain and flooding wreaked havoc in downtown Staunton and caused more than $3.1 million in damages to property.
WASHINGTON – This week, Congressmen Ben Cline (VA-06) and Dean Phillips (MN-03) introduced H.R. 8022 - the Lobbying Disclosure Reform Act, which will promote greater transparency within the lobbying industry.
WASHINGTON – This week, Congressmen Ben Cline (VA-06) and Dean Phillips (MN-03) introduced H.R. 7949 - the SMART Government Act. This legislation would implement a three-pronged approach to establish better governance and oversight regarding Federal technology practices.
H.R. 7949 would:
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06) announced that he will host a District-wide Telephone Town Hall. Cline will be joined on this call by Congressman Kelly Armstrong (ND-At Large) and Delegate Michael Webert (R-Rappahannock County).
WASHINGTON – This week, Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06) accepted the 2020 ‘Spirit of Enterprise’ Award from the United States Chamber of Commerce. The award was presented by the local Luray-Page County Chamber during their ‘Business After Hours’ event at Shawnee Farms Estate.
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06) announced that he will host a Telephone Town Hall dedicated to issues facing seniors and those approaching retirement. Cline will be joined on this call by Sharon Graham, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Regional Administrator, and Sheriff Eric Orange, Roanoke County Sheriff.
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A proposal by the federal government to redefine the population criteria for what constitutes a metropolitan statistical area has the attention of Harrisonburg City officials, but they’re not ready to offer an opinion.
More than a dozen Democrat members of the House of Representatives flipped their position during a vote on Thursday on a piece of anti-gun legislation.
ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) - As the Senate weighs President Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief package, Congressman Ben Cline (R-VA 06) is defending his vote against that bill in the House.
ROANOKE, Va. – After Gov.
HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) - The 117th Congress was sworn in at the start of the year.
Since then, a lot has transpired including the Capitol insurrection, President Trump’s second impeachment, and the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States.
LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — It was just like any other Friday at Monument Terrace in Lynchburg.
Dozens of veterans from multiple organizations gathered for the Support Our Troops rally. It’s something that’s been going on every Friday since 2001, through sun, snow, and rain.
Friday, Jan. 29, however, held a special meeting for some of the rally’s founders.
Thursday, Congressman Ben Cline announced that he will host a district-wide Telephone Town Hall. Cline will be joined on this call by the chairman of the Congressional Doctors Caucus, Rep. Phil Roe, M.D. (TN-01), and Dr.
Representative Ben Cline (R-VA-06) also called for a relief package.
For the first time in nearly 60 years, long after the building closed its doors, alumni of the Sunset Hill School in Strasburg boarded a bus on Saturday afternoon to transport them to the former elementary school that served African-American students in segregated Shenandoah County.