WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard E. Neal (D-MA) and Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chairman John Lewis (D-GA) released the following statement calling for the immediate appointment of a permanent National Taxpayer Advocate and emphasizing the importance of the position at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS):
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard E.
“The security of our nation and our friends and allies around the world should be above partisan politics.
Rep. John Lewis recently learned from doctors that he must undergo treatment for pancreatic cancer. He released this statement today regarding his prognosis and his plans to continue to serve the people of the 5th Congressional District of Georgia:
WASHINGTON, DC – The Leadership of the Congressional Caucus on Black-Jewish Relations, made up of Co-chairs Brenda Lawrence (D-MI), Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Will Hurd (R-TX), John Lewis (D-GA), and Lee Zeldin (R-NY), issued this group statement following the attack on Rabbi Cha
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard E. Neal (D-MA) and Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chairman John Lewis (D-GA) released the following statement marking National Tax Security Awareness Week, which runs from December 2 through December 6:
WASHINGTON – Today, House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chairman John Lewis (GA-05), House Ways and Means Social Security Subcommittee Chairman John B. Larson (CT-01), House Ways and Means Worker and Family Support Subcommittee Chairman Danny K.
Rep. John Conyers, one of the longest serving members of Congress and former chairman of the Judiciary Committee, was a champion of civil and human rights. He was first elected to Congress in 1964, during the height of the African American struggle for voting rights in this country.
The American people have lost a great leader at a time of crisis in our democracy. Chairman Elijah Cummings gave all he had. He dedicated his entire life to serving the public good. When this nation needed him most, he became a moral voice “crying in the wilderness,” and his words and actions called a reluctant nation to conscience.
We have lost another great artist of the stage and screen. Diahann Carroll was the epitome of elegance, poise, and grace. In 1968, a year of great turmoil and loss, when the nation had to bear the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and presidential candidate Sen. Robert Kennedy, Diahann Carroll’s most beloved television show came on the air.