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During Brooks’ questioning, Administrator Bolden praised Huntsville’s Marshall Space Flight Center, highlighting the Center’s strategic role as a hub for rocket propulsion.
Brooks called on Washington to balance America’s budget before it is too late to prevent a devastating insolvency and bankruptcy.
Brooks' bipartisan letter to the Appropriations Committee urges support for sufficient funding in FY16 for the Polar Follow On (PFO) program.
Brooks questioned witnesses in a hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the Iran Nuclear Treaty.
Brooks calls on House to support struggling American families and lawful immigrants.
May 19, 2016 News Releases
Washington, D.C. – Last night, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) voted for H.R. 4909, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2017. The NDAA authorizes programs for America’s national defense and passed the House on 277-147 vote. Brooks highlighted the significant achievements for America’s national security, and Alabama, that House Armed Services Committee members worked to incorporate into this legislation. The NDAA authorizes $573.4 billion for the Department of Defense base budget, and $23.1 billion for Overseas Contingency Operations.
April 28, 2016 News Releases
Washington, D.C. – After an almost 17 hour hearing that ended at 2:30 this morning, the House Armed Services Committee passed the Fiscal Year 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that authorizes all national defense programs. Once again, Democrat members of the committee sought to use the NDAA to take military service opportunities from Americans and lawful immigrants in order to give them to illegal aliens.
April 20, 2016 News Releases
Washington, D.C. – This morning, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) continued his series of House floor speeches highlighting “bad example” countries who are reaping the consequences of financially irresponsible leadership, and again called on America to balance the budget before it is too late. America must learn from nations like Greece and Venezuela . . . and from Puerto Rico, a territory that has had its credit rating cut to "junk bond status” and is defaulting on its $70 billion debt. As Puerto Rico desperately seeks a bailout, today Brooks asked: “Who will bail out America when America defaults on its debt?”