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It is great to see another positive jobs report this month, with 4.8 million jobs added, beating expectations by 1.7 million jobs and marking the largest monthly jobs gain on record. This is very encouraging news as we continue to fight the devastating impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on our communities. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/02/jobs-report-june-2020.html

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Yesterday, House Democrats voted on a partisan $1.5 trillion Green New Deal wish list, when they could have supported legislation that will actually help fix our nation’s broken roads and bridges. I am disappointed that once again they have chosen partisan goals over the bipartisan solutions that the American people deserve. Click here to learn more about H.R. 2 and how it fails to address our nation’s crumbling infrastructure: https://republicans-transportation.house.gov//h-r-2-the-speaker-s-partisan-green-infrastructure-wish-list/

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For years, western North Carolina saw bad trade deals wreck the textile and furniture industries which employed so many in our area. Today, the USMCA goes in to effect, marking a win for Tenth District businesses, workers, and families. Thank you President Trump for fulfilling your promise to the American people and getting this deal done.

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Last week, the Senate confirmed President Trump's 200th judicial nomination since his presidency began in 2017. In addition to confirming 143 district court judges, and 53 circuit court judges, the Senate has confirmed two Supreme Court Justices, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. In comparison, former President Barack Obama successfully appointed 334 federal judges and former President George W. Bush successfully appointed 340 judges during their two terms in office, highlighting the tremendous success the Trump Administration has had in this vitally important work.

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ICYMI: This morning, I joined CNBC's Squawk Box to discuss today's Financial Services Committee hearing with Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, and Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, on the response to the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic and how Washington can continue to help communities combat the coronavirus.

McHenry Remarks at Financial Services Hearing on Coronavirus Economic Response

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Today, Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10), the Republican Leader of the House Financial Services Committee, led the Committee's first quarterly oversight hearing under the CARES Act with Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, and Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, to discuss the response to the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic. In his opening remarks, Congressman McHenry spoke about the important actions already taken in response to the pandemic, and the work yet to be done. Click here or on the image below to watch. This morning, McHenry joined CNBC's Squawk Box to discuss today's hearing and Washington's role in helping communities continue to combat the impact of the coronavirus. Click here or on t...

McHenry Applauds Supreme Court Ruling on CFPB’s Unconstitutional Structure

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Today, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Seila Law LLC v CFPB that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) leadership structure is unconstitutional. The Court agreed with arguments made by House Republican leadership and Financial Services Committee Republicans that the CFPB's leadership structure, which features a single head removable only for inefficiency, neglect, or malfeasance violates the separation of powers. Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10), the Republican Leader of the House Financial Services Committee, released a statement applauding the Court's ruling: “Today, the Supreme Court recognized what Republicans have been saying for years—the CFPB’s leadership structure is unconstitutional,” said Congressman McHenry. “The r...

ICYMI: McHenry on the Federal Reserve's Decisive Response to Coronavirus Crisis & Next Steps for Rebuilding U.S. Economy

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Yesterday, the Financial Services Committee held a virtual hearing with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on the state of our economy and the Federal Reserve’s actions to respond to the economic crisis caused by the global health crisis. In his opening remarks, Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10), the Ranking Republican of the House Financial Services Committee, commended the Fed’s rapid and decisive action to prevent the worst effects of the economic catastrophe brought about by the coronavirus. Click here or on the image below to watch the opening remarks. Following the virtual hearing, McHenry joined After the Bell on Fox Business to discuss next steps in the effort to combat the economic crisis caused by the impact the coronavirus ...

Congressman McHenry Announces $500,000 Justice Department Grant to Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office

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Today, Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10) announced a $500,000 U.S. Department of Justice COPS Hiring Program (CHP) grant awarded to the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office. The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office will use the FY 2020 CHP award to fund four new school resource officer positions for Cleveland County Schools. With the addition of these officers, every school in the Cleveland County Schools system will have a resource officer for the first time. “This is major milestone for school safety and public safety in Cleveland County,” stated Cleveland County Sheriff Alan Norman. “We cannot thank Congressman McHenry enough for his support of law enforcement and all he has done for Cleveland County over the years.” “Cleveland County is a s...

McHenry on the Passing of Congressman Sam Johnson

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Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10) released the following statement on the passing of his friend and former colleague, Congressman Sam Johnson (R-TX): “There aren’t many members who when they speak, everyone listens. Sam Johnson was one. It is a rare thing to meet an American hero with such strength, fortitude, and faith, and it was even rarer to work with one. Sam was one of the finest human beings I’ve served with and I’m honored to have called him a friend. May he rest in peace.”

  • News Type: Facebook

It is great to see another positive jobs report this month, with 4.8 million jobs added, beating expectations by 1.7 million jobs and marking the largest monthly jobs gain on record. This is very encouraging news as we continue to fight the devastating impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on our communities. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/02/jobs-report-june-2020.html

  • News Type: Facebook

Yesterday, House Democrats voted on a partisan $1.5 trillion Green New Deal wish list, when they could have supported legislation that will actually help fix our nation’s broken roads and bridges. I am disappointed that once again they have chosen partisan goals over the bipartisan solutions that the American people deserve. Click here to learn more about H.R. 2 and how it fails to address our nation’s crumbling infrastructure: https://republicans-transportation.house.gov//h-r-2-the-speaker-s-partisan-green-infrastructure-wish-list/

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For years, western North Carolina saw bad trade deals wreck the textile and furniture industries which employed so many in our area. Today, the USMCA goes in to effect, marking a win for Tenth District businesses, workers, and families. Thank you President Trump for fulfilling your promise to the American people and getting this deal done.

  • News Type: Facebook

Last week, the Senate confirmed President Trump's 200th judicial nomination since his presidency began in 2017. In addition to confirming 143 district court judges, and 53 circuit court judges, the Senate has confirmed two Supreme Court Justices, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. In comparison, former President Barack Obama successfully appointed 334 federal judges and former President George W. Bush successfully appointed 340 judges during their two terms in office, highlighting the tremendous success the Trump Administration has had in this vitally important work.

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ICYMI: This morning, I joined CNBC's Squawk Box to discuss today's Financial Services Committee hearing with Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, and Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, on the response to the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic and how Washington can continue to help communities combat the coronavirus.

Congressman McHenry's National Police Week Message

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This week, we celebrated National Police Week, so please join Rep. McHenry in honoring law enforcement officers and thanking them for everything they do to keep our communities safe. The Tenth District is blessed to have brave men and women in each of our local law enforcement agencies who protect and defend us each and every day.

Nurses Appreciation Week 2020

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In honor of Nurses Appreciation Week, join Congressman McHenry in celebrating the incredible nurses we have here in the Tenth District and all across the country. Throughout our battle against the coronavirus, these heroes have been on the frontlines fighting to keep our communities safe and healthy. Please keep nurses in your prayers and thank them for everything they do!

Thank You Grier Middle School Teachers

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In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Congressman Patrick McHenry shares a message to the teachers of Grier Middle School, remembering his time as a Grier Knight and recognizing them for all of their incredible work.

McHenry Joins Varney & Co to Discuss Protests in Iran

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Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10) joins Varney & Co on Fox Business to discuss the protests in Iran and why Democrats have fallen silent.

McHenry Christmas Greeting

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Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10) wishes a Merry Christmas to the Tenth District and thanks our military and our first responders for their service.