Washington, D.C. — Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) today released the following statement after the U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve one week of short-term funding for the Department of Homeland Security.
Washington, D.C. — Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, today released the following statement after the House Foreign Affairs Committee voted unanimously to pass H.R. 757, the North Korea Sanctions Enforcement Act of 2015.
Rep. Matt Salmon’s Question to Secretary of State John Kerry About the U.S. Policy of Negotiating with Terrorists
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House Committee on Foreign Affairs
“Advancing U.S. Interests in a Troubled World: The FY 2016 Foreign Affairs Budget”
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Washington, D.C. — Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) today released the following statement after hearing that President Obama had vetoed S.1, the Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act.
The Honorable John Boehner
Washington, D.C. — Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) today released the following statement on the latest developments to fund the Department of Homeland Security.
Washington, D.C. — Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) today released the following statement on U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen's decision blocking President Obama’s unconstitutional, unilateral amnesty program.
Friend, here are a couple of quick updates to the legislation we considered this week.
Washington, D.C. — Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) today released the following statement upon introduction of the State Sovereignty in Voting Act, a bill that would ensure that the several states ultimately decide for themselves whether to require documents above and beyond the federal standard to determine citizenship for voting registration.
Washington, D.C. — Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) today released the following statement in response to the Obama Administration’s proposal for a limited AUMF (Authorization for Use of Military Force) to combat ISIS (the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria).
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The Republican-controlled House voted Wednesday to block funding for President Barack Obama's efforts to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation, signaling that the GOP doesn't plan to soften its stance on immigration.
Mexican authorities are questioning nine police officers in connection with the murders of three American siblings from Texas and one Mexican, a case that has prompted U.S. congressmen to call for a thorough investigation.
Muslim community leaders are worried that some elected officials in Arizona and across the country are stoking a rise in Islamophobia in the wake of recent beheadings and other terrorist acts by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria militant group.
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Education has changed drastically over the years.
Through various regulations and requirements, we've allowed our education system to become stagnant. Far from being the gateway to success it once was, much of today's higher education system treats students as commodities to be processed through an assembly line.
Rep. Matt Salmon (R-Ariz.) has introduced legislation that would prohibit federal funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Salmon said the independent agency did not deserve federal funding for what he called "frivolous" projects.
Those thousands of Central American kids crossing the border actually represent a small part of a huge problem, one that Arizona Rep. Matt Salmon has been trying to get Washington to face, without much luck.
Now, at least, Congress and the president are looking in that direction.
But is it just a passing glance?
As a Member of Congress from a state on our southern border, I see firsthand the realities of illegal immigration. In fact, much of the recent public outcry originated from busloads of illegal immigrants dumped in Arizona a few short months ago.
House GOP leaders on Tuesday said they will insist that changes to a human trafficking law be included in any legislation responding to the wave of child immigrants crossing the border.