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ENG: Howard Morgan Griffith (born March 15, 1958) is the U.S. Representative for Virginia's 9th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He was the majority leader of the Virginia House of Delegates and represented the 8th District, serving from 1994 until 2011. The district included all of Salem, Virginia and parts of Roanoke County. Early life, education, and career Griffith was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but his family moved to Salem, Virginia while he was a baby. He attended Andrew Lewis High School, graduating in 1976. He attended Emory and Henry College, graduating in 1980. Griffith completed his education with a J.D. from the Washington and Lee University Law School in 1983. After law school, Griffith settled in Salem where he worked as a ...
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GOP Freshmen Hone Their Message

Does the Republican Party have a messaging problem? Members of the House freshman class seem to think so. And in order to try and remedy the situation, seven of them met on Thursday morning in a Longworth House Office Building conference room, to discuss what they needed to be better at communicating to the American people. They also invited one member of the media to hear them message about messaging. It was all very "meta." Rep. Tim Scott, R-S.C., organized the meeting with Reps. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, Morgan Griffith of Virginia, Steve Southerland of Florida, Cory Gardner of ...

Congr. working to save Roanoke, Lynchburg mail proces.center

Sometime after May 15th the Roanoke and Lynchburg mail processing plants will close. In a release the postal service says the May 15th moratorium was to give Congress time to enact legislation. Back in November, 9th District Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-Salem) told WSLS he was co-sponsoring a bill, that would repeal the requirement forcing the Postal Service to pay health benefits up front for 75 years, and in turn save money and prevent closures. That bill is still in committee. So we went back to Griffith to ask him, did Congress not do enough? "Could we have encouraged them to take it ...

Congressman Morgan Griffith statement on STOCK Act

Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA) issued the following statement regarding his vote to support the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge (STOCK) Act of 2012 (S. 2038): “I'm pleased to support a commonsense measure,” said Congressman Griffith. “Using insider information for personal financial gain is a crime and should be treated as such. This Act makes clear that Members of Congress are going to be held to a higher standard than the average American. ... Source: tricities.com

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Griffith Statement on US Withdrawal from Paris Accord
President Trump today announced that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord regulating carbon emissions. Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA) issued the following statement: “The Paris Climate Accord is a bad deal for Americans, as I’ve been saying since the deal was announced.  The United States can be the world leader in energy innovation; this symbolic, expensive, and poorly negotiated deal doesn’t change that.  The United States is ALREADY a clean energy and fossil fuel energy leader; we can reduce our emissions and continue to produce American energy without the Paris Accord.  America has already reduced its carbon-dioxide emissions dramatically, beginning before the Accord.” “I believe that the United States should and can have an energy policy that both improves the environment and protects jobs. The President has made the right choice.” “President Obama committed $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund, which is about 30 perce
Congressman Griffith's Weekly E-Newsletter 6.5.17
Veteran Care We honor those who have served our country on Veterans Day, but year round we should appropriately honor the veterans who are deserving our respect and gratitude.  As a part of that respect, they deserve the quality health care from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) they were promised.  These men and women put their life on the line for us.  They deserve a VA health care system that is dependable, efficient, and top of the line. President Trump picked Secretary David Shulkin to lead the VA and improve veteran care.  Secretary Shulkin has made it clear that he is not satisfied with the status quo. He is a doctor.  Before serving the VA, he held chief executive positions at various health care centers. Highly regarded in the private sector, he earned a reputation for driving down costs and focusing on patient centered care.  He left his highly-compensated, private sector job to serve those who served our country.  As he has do
Loudermilk-Griffith Introduce a Bill to Stop EPA Regulatory Overreach
Rep. Loudermilk (R-GA) and Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-VA) partnered on a bill to reverse an Obama-era EPA rule that incorrectly defines truck trailers as self-propelled vehicles. The Truck, Trailer, and Transport Efficiency Act (T3E) changes the regulation issued by the EPA, in partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which illegally extended the EPA’s legislative authority by defining truck trailers as motor vehicles. “The EPA’s rule, finalized under the last Administration, is illegal, illogical, ineffective, and expensive,” said Rep. Griffith. “This legislation will correct an improper interpretation of the Clean Air Act by the Obama Administration’s EPA. The bill requires the EPA to revise the rule that pertains to self-propelled larger vehicles to properly reflect the plain meaning of the Clean Air Act. By doing this, we support thousands of jobs nationwide, including many in my district.” “Anyone with any common sense can tell you t
Congressman Griffith's Weekly E-Newsletter 5.26.17
Remembering Fallen Heroes On the last Monday in May, our nation honors Memorial Day. We use this day to remember the brave men and women who gave their lives in defense of the Republic. What we know as Memorial Day began in the years immediately following the War Between the States. Citizens in both the North and the South would decorate the graves of the war’s dead with flowers in springtime. Towns across the country claim to be the birthplace of this practice, perhaps an illustration of the widespread human desire to honor those who sacrificed everything for others. In 1868, General John Logan, the commander of the Union veterans association Grand Army of the Republic, designated May 30 as Decoration Day. The whole country gradually adopted this day to remember all the war’s dead, although Congress moved it to the last Monday of May in 1971. After World War I, Memorial Day observances began to include the fallen from all of America’s wars.* The veterans of the War Between t

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