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The U.S. Representative for Texas's 19th congressional district, serving since a special election in 2003.
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ENG: Robert Randolph "Randy" Neugebauer (born December 24, 1949) is the U.S. Representative for Texas's 19th congressional district, serving since a special election in 2003. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district includes a large swath of West Texas, including Lubbock and Abilene. According to a 2011 survey by the National Journal, Neugebauer is the most conservative member in the House. Early life, education and career Neugebauer (pronounced Naw-guh-bow-er) was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and raised in Lubbock. His father was an insurance salesman and his mother a real estate agent and interior designer. They had two children, Randy and John. When Randy was 9-years old, his parents divorced, and his father died soon thereafter. In 1963, his mother married Joe W. ...
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Neugebauer statem.regarding Obama’s St. of the Union address

Congressman Randy Neugebauer (R-TX) issued the following statement regarding President Obama's State of the Union address: "Tonight, Americans heard more of the same from President Obama. He has no plan for real solutions to our economic challenges and no plans to encourage real job growth. Most importantly, he has no plans to help grow higher-skilled, higher-paying jobs. "Nearly 2 million more Americans are out of work today than the day the President took office. America has witnessed the longest period of sustained high unemployment since the Great Depression -- more than 8 percent every ...

Neugebauer visits with local media about important issues

U.S. Rep. Randy Neugebauer sat down with members of the local media Tuesday and answered questions about the Republican presidential race, his investigation into MF Flobal and the state’s redistricting. Question: What are your expectations or what are you anticipating with the GOP nomination? Answer: “It’s been a horse race as you know, and it’s a long horse race. I’d say we were into the first turn if I was a play-by-play announcer, and in just a very short turn out of the gate, we’ve had four or five lead changes. As they go around the first turn here, ...

Randy Neugebauer: The TT Interview

The 2012 elections will test whether Americans are serious about spending and deficit reduction, a problem that’s “either going to be resolved by Congress or it’ll be resolved by our creditors,” U.S. Rep. Randy Neugebauer, R-Lubbock, told The Texas Tribune during an interview in his Capitol. Neugebauer endorsed Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison when she challenged Texas Gov. Rick Perry in the Republican gubernatorial primary in 2010. But he threw his support to Perry before the governor jumped into the presidential race earlier this year and reiterated his endorsement to the ...

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Randy's Roundup: Funding the Government Beyond December 9
Funding the Government Beyond December 9 In October, Congress passed a short-term Continuing Resolution to keep the federal government funded through December 9. With this deadline rapidly approaching, Congressional leaders and the incoming Administration have been in discussions to assess the prospects of passing legislation in the “lame duck” Congressional session between now and January. At this time, I expect Congress will take up another short-term Continuing Resolution, this one extending federal government funding through March of next year. Extending federal program funding at current levels would give the incoming Trump Administration time to put together a budget proposal and give the new Congress a chance to determine federal funding levels for the remainder of the 2017 fiscal year. I am hopeful that the new Congress and Administration can find a way to work together to begin to address our out-of-control spending and get us back on track with a normal budget and spen
Randy's Roundup: Reflecting on a Pro-Life Commitment
Reflecting on a Pro-Life Commitment The day I was sworn in as the Representative for the people of the 19th District of Texas in 2003, I had the opportunity to speak on the House floor for the first time. I knew those first remarks would set the tone and priorities of the work to come, so I made sure that first and foremost I thanked my wife, Dana, my family, and God for the undeniable support and blessings I have received. I also had the opportunity to make my commitment to protect life clear. I was sworn in the day after the House passed H.R. 760, the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003. In my remarks, I said I wished that I could have been sworn in one day sooner in order to be able to vote for that legislation. That important legislation became law later that year. Since my first day in Congress, I have had the opportunity to introduce legislation and vote for bills that advanced my commitment to protecting life. In 2015, I was pleased that legislation I introduced, H.R. 463,
Randy's Roundup: Issue Spotlight on Waters of the United States Rule
Issue Spotlight on Waters of the United States Rule Last week, I signed on to an amicus brief that several members of the House of Representatives are sending the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals as the court reviews the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule. The EPA’s rule defining which waters are subject to regulation under the federal Clean Water Act is an attempt to expand its authority far beyond the law. The brief I signed last week points out that the legislative intent behind the Clean Water Act was to create state and federal permitting authorities to protect navigable water from pollution but to leave the protection of groundwater and non-navigable waters to the states. In submitting this Congressional brief, our goal is to make clear to the courts that Congress intends to protect its sole and exclusive right to make laws and that federal agencies must implement those laws as they are written. The EPA’s new definitions in thi
Randy's Roundup: House Agriculture Committee's Review of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
House Agriculture Committee’s Review of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program The House Agriculture Committee is set to hold what is likely to be its last hearing of the 114th Congress this week. This hearing will also be the Committee’s final one for the Congress in our thorough review of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which was reauthorized as part of the last Farm Bill in 2014. Through this series of hearings, the Agriculture Committee has sought to paint a comprehensive picture of the SNAP program. We have reviewed the importance of SNAP assistance to beneficiaries, compared initiatives aimed at empowering people to become more self-sufficient, and considered new technologies and other opportunities to improve access to food. When SNAP comes up for reauthorization again, the House Agriculture Committee will be able to use the valuable information from these hearings to improve this program for the future. This hearing will be bittersweet for me,

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