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Rep. Huelskamp Honors Adoption Heroes from the 1st District
October 9, 2013 Rep. Huelskamp Honors Adoption Heroes from the 1st District WASHINGTON – Congressman Tim Huelskamp has selected Roberta Molstad from Hays and Robert and Joy Phillips from Garden City as 2013 Angels in AdoptionTM heroes for their outstanding advocacy of adoption and foster care issues. The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI), which orchestrates the Angels in Adoption™ program, will honor these Kansans along with more than 140 Angels, during a gala Wednesday night in Washington. Roberta has worked as a case manager for people with developmental disabilities, has succeeded to become a licensed professional counselor and most importantly to her, an adoptive parent. Roberta started her journey in becoming a licensed foster parent in 2007. Since then, she has provided a loving, caring, fun and secure home for several children. Robert and Joy Phillips never could have imagined the road their life would take or just how unexpectedly their











Will the GOP stand firm?
October 11, 2013 Will the GOP stand firm? WASHINGTON – In the last 24 hours, there have been various media reports on the negotiations at the White House between Republicans and President Obama. Most of these reports and leaks indicate that Republicans may be promoting deals that retain nearly all of ObamaCare. In response, Representative Tim Huelskamp (KS-1) issued the following statement: “If true, such an abandonment of conservative principles would dispirit, dismay, and anger the entire conservative base of the Republican party – and for any of my colleagues pushing such a deal, it would seriously jeopardize their future chances of becoming elected leadership in the House. Now is the time to stand firm—not capitulate to the Left. “It is my hope that Republican leadership will not abandon our principled opposition to ObamaCare. Claiming to oppose ObamaCare while simultaneously allowing 98% of it to move forward would be in direct contradiction to the Pled











Beyond the Politics of Pain: Congressman Huelskamp Welcomes WWII Vets
October 10, 2013 Beyond the Politics of Pain: Congressman Huelskamp Welcomes WWII Vets WASHINGTON – In spite of the ongoing political showdown in the Nation’s Capital, Representative Tim Huelskamp (KS-1) and the entire Kansas delegation welcomed Kansas veterans to the World War II Memorial. Despite a soggy Wednesday morning, the rain drops didn’t damper the pride and excitement of those who made the trip from the 1st District. “Although the Obama Administration has made the decision to play politics and make this shut down as painful as possible, I knew within my heart that we could not allow these brave men and women to be denied the opportunity to see the very memorials built to honor their service. I had the opportunity to spend time this morning with vets from Hays, Garden City, Manhattan, and all over Kansas. Hearing their stories remind me why it is important for us to fight for liberty and freedom. “I hope this trip of a lifetime for these Kansans will not











What do Joe Biden and Tim Huelskamp Have in Common?
October 9, 2013 What do Joe Biden and Tim Huelskamp Have in Common? WASHINGTON, DC – Today Congressman Tim Huelskamp released a letter he circulated to his Republican colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday. The letter challenges the arbitrary debt limit “deadline” set by Treasury Secretary Lew and reminds his colleagues that the U.S. will not walk away from its obligations. It discusses what default actually is, and it outlines the upcoming interest payments that are due to avoid a default - one payment due October 31st of $6 billion, less than one day’s average receipts to the Treasury, and $30 billion on November 15th. Congressman Huelskamp offered the following statement about the letter: “After the negotiations to raise the debt limit in 2011 resulted in the Budget Control Act, the Vice President went to China to assure our largest foreign creditor that the United States will never default on its debts (link with video here (http://www.b














 
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