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Honorable Mark Sanford

Representing the 1st District of South Carolina

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May 8, 2017 Blog Post

May 5, 2017 Blog Post

I voted yesterday for the American Health Care Act, and given the intensity of feelings and thoughts surrounding this bill, I wanted to write to explain my reasoning.

Despite all the hyperbole, ultimately the vote this week came down to one simple question: do we kill the bill and not let the debate advance to the Senate - or not?

May 4, 2017 Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Representative Mark Sanford (R-SC) released the following statement after voting for the American Health Care Act, which the House passed:  

May 4, 2017 Blog Post

I just sent out a statement on my vote for the American Health Care Act and wanted to share it with you:

 

May 4, 2017 Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Representative Mark Sanford announced that his district staff will be conducting May satellite office hours, per the schedule below.

May 4, 2017 Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC - Yesterday, Representative Mark Sanford (R-SC) sent a letter to the Director of South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), Catherine Heigel, urging DHEC to delay Google’s permit request to increase groundwater withdrawal activities:

He released the following statement:   

May 3, 2017 Blog Post

Congress voted last week to extend government funding for seven days, and it looks like tomorrow there will be another vote on a funding bill. This one will take us through the end of the federal government’s financial year, which is September 30. With this dealt with, it seems that there has been a refocusing on the healthcare debate, and that vote may well come up on Thursday.

May 3, 2017 Blog Post

The vote we just took was remarkable. In this vein, take a look at this screenshot. It says everything. In a House, Senate, and White House controlled by Republicans, there were only fifteen Democratic “no” votes for the omnibus bill.

May 2, 2017 Blog Post

Congress voted last week to extend government funding for seven days, and it looks like tomorrow there will be another vote on a funding bill. This one will take us through the end of the federal government’s financial year, which is September 30.

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