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House Republicans have declared that they will start work again on the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border if they win control of the House in the midterm elections, the Washington Examiner reported on Monday.
When he entered the White House in January, President Joe Biden halted construction of new sections of the border wall, one of former President Donald Trump’s major projects.
House Republicans, eager to elevate border security to a top 2022 campaign issue, said Monday they would revive the now-stalled construction of the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border that was championed by former President Donald Trump and nixed by President Joe Biden.
FORT BRAGG — North Carolina’s members of Congress have introduced a bill that would consolidate Fort Bragg into one federal judicial district in Fayetteville, a news release from U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis' office states.
WASHINGTON — The Lumbee Recognition Act is back before the U.S. House of Representatives.
We know there are certain controllable factors that affect our risk of developing cancer. Whether you smoke, what you eat and drink, and how often you exercise can all play a role.
We are also aware that some factors are out of our control, like family history of the disease. What most people do not know, however, is that our ZIP code has an effect on how we experience cancer.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Forest Service have released proposed action and entered the scoping phase of the roads project, that could impact the Green Gap area of Montgomery County.
MISSION, Texas (WTVD) -- U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, R-NC, visited the U.S.-Mexico border on Friday as the political battles about immigration policies appear to reach yet another climax in a decades-long debate.
WASHINGTON D.C., DC — A growing crisis at the U.S. southern border is prompting a North Carolina congressman to join almost a dozen House Republican leaders on a trip to meet with Border Patrol Agents and tour several key immigration facilities and sites.
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Holding up his vaccination card, Rep. Richard Hudson got the Pfizer vaccine as soon as he was eligible.
The Republican who represents Cumberland County and Fort Bragg said he wants to see his home state completely open up but for that to happen safely people need to get the shot.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The scenes are all too familiar: mass shootings in America.
On Capitol Hill, with Democrats in charge of both chambers, lawmakers are once again looking to enhance gun control measures. But the effort is sparking a familiar divide.