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The U.S. Representative for Mississippi's 1st congressional district, serving since 2011.
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Nunnelee: D.C. has to cut spending


Cut spending, reduce taxes and simplify the tax code were the focus of a town hall meeting in Houston with U.S. Rep. Alan Nunnelee on Tuesday night.Nunnelee spoke at the Chickasaw County Courthouse and said he felt government in Washington was dysfunctional. Failure by Congress' debt-cutting supercommittee to recommend $1.2 trillion in savings by a deadline last week is being pointed to as an indication of that problem.That failure to reach a budget agreement has panicked markets and Nunnelee presented his solution."I think they need to cut spending," said Nunnelee, a freshman Republican ...


Nunnelee: Senate bill hurts jobs


Calling it another example of overreaching legislation, Mississippi First District Congressman Alan Nunnelee says language in a U.S. Senate appropriations bill will cost jobs.Nunnelee, a Republican, said the Financial Services Appropriations Bill (S 1573) includes language that would ban cords on window coverings. He contends that would lead to the elimination of 80 percent of window covering products and jeopardize thousands of jobs in the U.S.Illinois Democrat Dick Durbin inserted the language."It's just another example of over-regulation by the government," Nunnelee said.Among those ...


Rep. Alan Nunnelee Cosponsors Chairman Smith's E-Verify Bill


Rep. Alan Nunnelee (R-Miss.) has cosponsored House Judiciary Chairman Lamar Smith's Legal Workforce Act (H.R.2885). The bill would require 100% of businesses to begin using E-Verify for all new hires within 2 years and require all federal, state, and local governments to check new hires and existing employees within 6 months. Rep. Nunnelee represents Mississippi's 1st Congressional District and is serving his first term in Congress. He has earned a career A grade and has also cosponsored Rep. Bob Goodlatte's bill to end the Visa Lottery and Rep. Steve King's bill to end Birthright ...



 
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