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The U.S. Representative for California's 25th congressional district, serving since 1993.
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ENG: Howard Philip "Buck" McKeon (born September 9, 1938) is the U.S. Representative for California's 25th congressional district, serving since 1993. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education and career Born in Tujunga, Los Angeles, California, McKeon graduated from Verdugo Hills High School in Tujunga. He spent two years as a Mormon missionary before enrolling at Brigham Young University. He later received his Bachelor of Science degree in animal husbandry in 1985, after previously putting his studies on hold to raise a family and establish his early business career. He has been the owner of a Western clothing shop since 1963 and has also served as the chairman of a small, regional bank. McKeon gained his first political experience when he was elected to the ...
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McKeon Rejects Gang Of Six Debt Plan Over Deep Defense Cuts

The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee rejected the Senate's Gang of Six budget plan, saying it cut far too much from the Pentagon's budget."Based on what we've read the proposal would result in $886 Billion in security cuts over 10 years. Due to a firewall in the proposal between security and domestic spending, nearly half of the discretionary savings in this proposal comes from security programs. The Department of Defense spending accounts for roughly 85% of security spending," Rep. Buck McKeon wrote in a July 20 memo to Republican members of his committee.McKeon, who has made ...

McKeon Will Support Tax Increases For the Wealthy ...

While Republicans are overprotective against cuts to the military and vehemently against revenue via raising taxes on the wealthy, House Armed Services Committee Chairman Buck McKeon (R-Calif.) said, if forced to choose, he would support tax increases before further cuts to the Pentagon budget. McKeon stated that he would “would go for strengthening defense” if he must vote either for raising some taxes or shrinking the Pentagon’s budget beyond the $350 billion mandated by the August debt deal. But it is clear McKeon, like other Republicans, wants the special ...

McKeon Tries To Raise Pentagon Engine Program From the Dead

Rep. Buck McKeon (R-Calif.), chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, is likely to insert language into the defense policy bill that would allow General Electric and Rolls Royce to work on the technically de-funded alternate engine program for the Joint Strike Fighter plane. Current government regulations bar the two defense companies from working on the proposed F136 engines because they are now considered government property. Pratt & Whitney is the maker of the F135 engine, the engine program of record for the Joint Strike Fighter, or F-35. But in a speech at the conservative ...

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Cut the Red Tape and Prevent Job-Killing Regulation
Cut the Red Tape and Prevent Job-Killing Regulation To get the economy moving again and create more jobs, it's imperative that we get Washington out of the way of small businesses doing what they do best. From: BuckMcKeon Views: 272 4 ratings Time: 04:42 More in News & Politics
House Passes H.R. 5742, the Soledad Canyon Settlement Act
Today the House of Representatives passed H.R. 5742, the Soledad Canyon Settlement Act. Congressman McKeon said the following on this massive accoplishment: "I am honored to announce the passage of my bill, H.R. 5742, the Soledad Canyon Settlement Act."    "This tremendous achievement is the result of more than two decades of tireless work to develop a practicable solution that would take the Soledad Canyon Mine out of commission and lift this burden off of the backs of my constituents." "Over the years I have engaged with civic leaders, residents of my district, environmental leaders, the County of Los Angeles, CEMEX, BLM, and the Department of Interior. In repeated efforts to bring all parties together to craft a deal that would be mutually beneficial, I have introduced eight bills on this issue, each of which took a different approach in dealing with the mine." "The tug and pull of all parties has influenced the legislative process, with each contributing ideas to furt
Fact Finding Meeting with Congressman McKeon
What: Fact Finding Meeting with Congressman McKeon Where: Santa Clarita City Hall, Century Room Address: 23920 Valencia Blvd Santa Clarita, CA 91355 Date: August 19, 2014 Time: 10:30 AM The Castaic Wilderness will include 5 roadless areas in the Angeles National Forest, including Fish Canyon, Salt Creek, Elderberry Canyon, Tule and Red Mountain. The bill will protect dozens of endangered species, Native American habitation sites and burial grounds, condor habitat, and the largest grove of Black Oak in the state of California. The potential wilderness will improve the water quality of the creeks that feed into Castaic Lake, including Salt Creek and Fish Canyon Creek.
Press Conference for the St. Francis Dam National Memorial and National Monument
Congressman McKeon will be holding a press conference to discuss legislation he has introduced that will authorize a National Memorial to commemorate those killed by the collapse of the Saint Francis Dam. Details can be found below:                 What: Press Conference for the St. Francis Dam National Memorial and National Monument Where: Tesoro Adobe Historic Park (Tesoro Del Valle; AKA: the Harry Carey Ranch) 29350 Avenida Rancho Tesoro Valencia, CA. 91354 Date: August 19, 2014 Time: 9:00 AM  On March 12, 1928, at 11:57 PM, residents of greater Santa Clarita Valley experienced one of the worst civil engineering catastrophes in our nation’s history. Nearly 600 people lost their lives when the St. Francis Dam gave way, unleashing a 140 foot wall of water that killed virtually everyone in a flood path that stretched all the way to the Pacific Ocean. The collapse is the second largest loss of life in

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