Sessions In The News
This week House Republicans considered multiple pieces of legislation to continue our pledge to make government for transparent, accountable, and responsible. These bills address the root of the problem plaguing job creation and stifling economic growth regulations.
A big question facing Republicans next year is how to pass a national healthcare reform law without taking a beating on Election Day.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today the U.S. House of Representatives passed an amendment to H.R.
Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas), who represents parts of Dallas and its suburbs, on Friday told The Hill new gun control bills are not needed after at least one sniper killed five police officers in downtown Dallas a night earlier.
Members of Congress reacted swiftly to Thursday night's attack on Dallas police, offering statements of sympathy, support and concern.
WASHINGTON -- Statements of stunned grief, condemnations of "vicious" violence and vows of unity continued to pour in from Texas officials Friday as authorities search for answers in the shooting deaths of five police officers during a
DALLAS - Democrats participating in the 26-hour sit-in on the floor of the U.S. House chamber last week should face an investigation to see whether they violated any rules in the legislative body, said U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Dallas, on WFAA's Inside Texas Politics Sunday morning.
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), representing U.S. leadership in semiconductor manufacturing, design, and research, today announced the recipients of SIA’s Congressional Leadership Awards: Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), Congressman Pete Sessions (R-Texas), and Congressman Scott Peters (D-Calif.).
A Texas lawmaker accused the Obama administration's immigration policy of being ineffective and "complicitous in breaking the law and helping out the cartels" in an interview with The Hill Thursday.
Two Republican lawmakers on Thursday introduced an alternative to ObamaCare as the House develops its own healthcare plan.
The bill from Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) and Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) does not fully repeal ObamaCare, a notable departure from the GOP’s long-stated goal.