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The U.S. Representative for Oklahoma's 5th congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: James Lankford (born March 4, 1968) is the U.S. Representative for Oklahoma's 5th congressional district.[2] He is a member of the Republican Party. From 1996-2009 he was the student ministries and evangelism specialist for the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma, and was director of the Falls Creek youth programing at the Falls Creek Baptist Conference Center in Davis, Oklahoma. He stepped down on September 1, 2009 to run for Congress. Early life and education Lankford was born in Dallas, Texas. His mother was a public school librarian and homemaker. His father is a retired engineer. Some of his grandparents owned a small dry cleaning business. His ancestors were dairy farmers. James’ stepfather was a Navy veteran and a career employee of AC Delco, the parts division ...
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for0against   James Lankford has voted against the wishes of Oklahoma voters..ie ndaa, patriot act, and now shows his ignorance of the 4th amendment. Some freshman class......, lenj2020
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Lankford: More Debt, No Solutions

Congressman James Lankford (R-OK) voted today to deny President Obama the ability to raise the debt ceiling another $1.2 trillion. “During the debt ceiling conversations last August, President Obama promised he was ready to get serious about our national debt. Since then, his leadership has all but disappeared,” said Congressman Lankford. “If the White House is not going to get serious about our fiscal mess, I cannot condone giving them additional authority to spend money we do not have. “Our national debt is a terrible consequence of Washington’s lack of ...

Notes From Rep. James Lankford Community Forum

Rep. James Lankford, Oklahoma's 5th District Representative held a community forum yesterday evening at the Eastern Oklahoma County Vo-Tech with around 60 people in attendance. Rep. Lankford took a few minutes to go over some basic budget facts and figures, then spent the bulk of the 90 minute forum answering questions from attendees. The items discussed and asked about the most were the national debt, the deficit and the Bush tax cuts. There were three obvious liberals who attended and hammered Lankford hard on the Bush tax cuts. One man was extremely agitated and, after his own question was ...

Congressman: House Democrats won’t touch Obama’s jobs bill

Republican Rep. James Lankford of Oklahoma told The Daily Caller on Friday that no House Democrat wants to put his or her name behind President Obama’s $447 billion jobs plan, a necessary step before the legislation can be introduced for consideration. He also claimed the bill would not lower the current9.1 percentunemployment rate. “The focus right now from him [Obama] is ‘pass my whole bill, pass my whole bill,’ [and] some of the struggle with that is no Democrat in the House has even taken his bill and filed it yet. So we can’t even pass the bill because no ...

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James Lankford Announces Senate Committee Assignments
Washington, DC—Representative James Lankford (R-Okla.) today announced his appointment to four Committees for the upcoming 114th Congress in the U.S. Senate: the Committee on Appropriations, the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, the Select Committee on Intelligence, and the Committee on Indian Affairs. "I am honored to bring our Oklahoma values of common sense, integrity and hard work to these important Senate Committees," said Lankford. "These key assignments will enable me to promote conservative values within our long-lost appropriations process, encourage efficiency throughout the federal government, and relentlessly demand transparency on behalf of hard-working American taxpayers. The U.S. Senate needs to maintain an Oklahoma perspective on national security, intelligence and counter-terrorism strategies, as well as Native American affairs." The Senate Committee on Appropriations is the largest committee in the Senate, and is widely considered one of the m
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Lankford: The need for today’s hearing calls into question the long-term viability of the RFS
Washington—Representative James Lankford (R-Okla.), Chairman of the House Oversight Committee’s Subcommittee on Energy Policy, Health Care and Entitlements, today chaired the Subcommittee’s second hearing to investigate EPA’s implementation of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).  “We asked Ms. McCabe to come before the Subcommittee to continue our ongoing conversation with EPA about their delay of the RFS volumetric requirements on American refiners,” said Lankford.  “The EPA is now 375 days past due for issuing the 2014 mandate, 10 days late for issuing the 2015 requirements, and sees no end in sight to the delays. Administering the program in this way creates massive uncertainty for those following these regulations. Additionally, this uncertainty can lead to higher compliance costs and eventually higher consumer prices. Statutory deadlines were included in the program to prevent this type of volatility, yet EPA continues to blatantly ignore their obligations, admittin
James Lankford Announces Senior Staff For Senate Office

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