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McHenry on President's Rejection of Keystone Pipeline
Washington-- Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10) released the following statement after President Obama's announcement that he would reject the Keystone XL Pipeline: “Today’s announcement from President Obama is disappointing but not particularly surprising. Throughout his second term, we have seen President Obama cater to his liberal base at the expense of the American people. Rejection of the Keystone pipeline is simply the latest example. Rather than grant approval for a job-creating project that John Kerry’s State Department has declared environmentally safe, President Obama has decided instead to appease the radical environmentalists on the left. It is my sincere hope this project can be revived in 2017 when—hopefully—we will have a President who understands the concerns of the vast majority of Americans: reducing energy prices and creating jobs.” 

McHenry Statement on Speaker Paul D. Ryan
Washington - Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10) released the following statement on the election of Speaker of the House Paul D. Ryan: “Paul Ryan has long been one of the leading voices within our Conference. As Chair of the Budget Committee he highlighted the urgent need to address our nation’s exploding debt and displayed the political courage to actually tackle the problem. His budget agreements outlined a path to reforming the entitlement programs that serve as the principal drivers of our debt and outlined a path to balance within ten years.    “As Ways and Means Chair, Paul continued to be a champion of entitlement reform and began laying the ground work for fixing our nation’s broken tax code. Throughout his career he has served as leading messenger within our Conference, promoting our conservative message against the disastrous liberal policies that have defined the Obama years and harmed so many Americans.    “Paul will bring a di

McHenry: Fiscally Responsible Reforms to Our Nation's Vital Infrastructure
Washington--Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10) released the following statement after House passage of the Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2015: “This week marked the beginning of a new era in the People’s House, one in which every member has the chance to have their voice heard. Today, after consideration of 126 amendments and three days of debate, we see the first product: passage of a robust, fiscally responsible highway bill that will improve our nation’s infrastructure and reform the federal programs that provide for it. “Many of the bridges and roads in Western North Carolina are in desperate need of repair, with recent studies showing 20% of our highways in poor condition. Our bill cuts red tape that has slowed these restorations and empowers those who know the problems best—the individual states and local governments instead of Washington bureaucrats. Safe and efficient transportation ultimately allows the costs for goods and s

McHenry on the Passing of Howard Coble
Washington-- Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10) released the following statement on the passing of former Congressman Howard Coble: "Giulia and I are saddened to learn our dear friend Howard Coble has passed away. Howard was the embodiment of what a Congressman should be: a dedicated public servant who was deeply committed to serving his constituents in North Carolina's 6th District.    "Personally, Howard was a dear friend, invaluable mentor, and someone you could always count on for a laugh. I was honored to call him my Dean and Howard embraced that responsibility, serving as a leader to all who have had the honor of representing our great state in Washington. "As we mourn Howard’s passing, Giulia and I send our thoughts and prayers to the people of North Carolina’s 6th District, Howard’s family, and all of Howard’s former staffers who saw firsthand each day what an honorable and decent gentleman he was. My Dean, you will be missed." Last Novemb

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