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Congressman Brooks was inspired to address the House by the story of Steve Mayfield, a respected high school football coach at Central High School in Lauderdale County, Alabama, who, in March 2017, died after a lengthy fight with both Lou Gehrig's disease (a.k.a ALS) and a federal bureaucracy that denied him the right to try potentially life-saving experimental treatments.
Completion of Jackson County’s Bellefonte Nuclear Plant could mean 2,000 permanent jobs and a significant boost to economic activity in Northeast Alabama. Watch as Rep. Brooks questions Mark Menezes, the Under Secretary of Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy, on overcoming barriers to getting Bellefonte fully operational during a Science, Space, and Technology Committee hearing.
Rep. Brooks joined an amicus brief led by Senator Cruz and Rep. Hartzler urging SCOTUS to expediently take up Arlene’s Flowers v. State of Washington. In Arlene’s Flowers v. State of Washington, the Washington Supreme Court oppressively held that a florist was bound by state law to design floral arrangements for a same-sex ceremony, an event she viewed as immoral.
Brooks urged the Senate to not quit on the American people and to stay in Washington and work 24/7 until they get America’s health care right.
Rep. Brooks called on Senate Republicans to stop engaging in procedural games and end the filibuster rule that is killing our conservative agenda, our Republican agenda, and President Trump’s agenda.
Washington, DC – This morning, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) delivered a House floor speech asking his colleagues to consider the cost to America’s financial stability that will accompany any amnesty for illegal aliens, while also urging the executive branch to enforce the immigration laws on the books.
Washington, DC – Speaking with Fox Business Network yesterday, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) made the following statement about the reckless spending in the recently passed Bipartisan Budget Act: