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Honorable Mark Sanford

Representing the 1st District of South Carolina

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Jun 21, 2018 Blog Post
It’s been another most interesting day here on Capitol Hill. I’ve had a lot of colleagues coming up to me based on the president’s different comments of this week and subsequent tweets...but I’ll leave that issue alone for now, and accordingly, I just wanted to write on the immigration bill that came before us this afternoon. ... read more
Jun 18, 2018 Blog Post
Under the category of still catching up with votes from last week, I wanted to mention H.R. 3249. It would provide the Justice Department with money for grants in support of state and local efforts to combat violent crime under a program called Project Safe Neighborhoods. The bill passed 394 to 13, and I joined 12 of my Republican colleagues in voting against the bill. ... read more
Jun 15, 2018 Blog Post
Today, the House voted on H.R. 2851, which passed 239 to 142, and I was among those who voted no. In simplest form, the bill would grant the Attorney General sole authority to list new substances on the federal schedule of illegal drugs. ... read more
Jun 11, 2018 Blog Post
If something is done, do you need to redouble your efforts in doing it again? ... read more
Jun 9, 2018 Blog Post
The House voted earlier this week on the president’s rescissions package. It passed, 210 to 206, and I voted for it.  ... read more
Jun 8, 2018 Blog Post
The House voted today on a bill that provides funding for energy and water projects, military construction and veterans affairs, and the legislative branch for fiscal year 2019. It was labeled a “minibus” because it included three appropriations bills that had been combined into a bigger bill. I had several problems with the bill and, as a consequence, voted no. ... read more

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