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Bipartisan Space Weather Research Bill Beneficial to Marshall Space Flight Center Passes House Science CommitteeCongressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) teamed with Democrat sponsor Congressman Ed Perlmutter (CO-07) to pass the PROSWIFT Act which seeks to enhance America’s scientific understanding of the potential consequences of severe space weather phenomena and establishes a forecasting regime for severe space weather events.
Congressman Brooks: Socialist Dems' Baseless, Sham Impeachment Threatens Our Constitution and RepublicSocialist Democrats have abused their majority power for political reasons to undermine the president and trash the votes of 63 million Americans. It is a dangerous precedent. It is a threat to our Constitution and Republic.
In a House Floor speech, Congressman Brooks lambasted Socialist Democrats’ Socialized medicine scheme that will result in worse health care at higher costs with longer waits and more dead Americans.
President Trump signed into law Congressman Brooks' bill naming the Athens Post Office for Tennessee Valley luminary, Judge James E. Horton Jr. who Judge James E. Horton Jr. bravely issued an order setting aside the jury’s guilty verdict and ordered a new trial for one of the “Scottsboro Boys” in 1933.
House Passes Mo Brooks Bill Formally Designating Marshall Space Flight Center as NASA's Rocket Propulsion LeadOn a unanimous bipartisan voice vote, the U.S. House passed Congressman Mo Brooks’ bill, the “American Leadership in Space Technology and Advanced Rocketry Act” or “ALSTAR Act.”
Washington, DC— Friday, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) and 13 original cosponsors introduced the Lawful Interstate Transportation of Firearms Act, a simple, 5-page bill.
Washington, DC— Thursday, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) voted “No” against the Democrats’ motion to kill H.Res. 832, which disapproved of Speaker Pelosi's tearing apart the House’s official copy of President Trump’s State of the Union Address. The Democrats prevailed on this vote 224-193.
Washington, DC— Wednesday afternoon, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) voted “Yes” on Space Subcommittee passage of H.R. 5666, the “National Aeronautics and Space Administration Authorization Act of 2020.” The bill passed the subcommittee by voice vote. Notably, Brooks successfully amended H.R.