Washington, DC— Tuesday morning, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) announced he and the State of Alabama jointly filed a lawsuit Monday afternoon in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. Led by Attorney General Steve Marshall, the lawsuit challenges the U.S. Bureau of the Census’ practice of counting illegal aliens in the decennial census.
Washington, DC— Early Thursday morning, following a 14 hour debate, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) voted “Yes” in the House Armed Services Committee (“HASC”) on passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (“NDAA”) for Fiscal Year 2019. The NDAA annually authorizes Department of Defense operations. The FY19 NDAA passed HASC on a bipartisan 60-1 vote.
Washington, DC— Wednesday morning, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) announced in a House floor speech that he and 17 of his House colleagues sent a joint letter today to Attorney General Jeff Sessions urging immediate action to limit Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Congressman Brooks released the following statement on the joint letter:
Washington, DC — Tuesday morning, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) delivered a House floor speech paying tribute to the 53-year pastoral career of Dr. Jimmy E. Jackson, who for the last 40 years has served as pastor to Whitesburg Baptist Church in Huntsville, Alabama. Under Dr.
Washington, DC— Monday morning, Congressman Mo Brooks sent a letter to the Senate office of Senator Doug Jones urging Senator Jones to vote to confirm Mike Pompeo, President Trump’s nominee for Secretary of State.
Washington, DC— Thursday afternoon, the U.S. Senate confirmed Jim Bridenstine as administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on a party line vote of 50-49.
Washington, DC— Friday night, American, British and French forces launched strikes against Syria and its chemical weapons program.
Washington, DC— On Thursday, shortly after Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) delivered an impassioned, 6+ minute House floor speech about America’s debt threat, Democrats killed a proposed Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment on a 233 “Aye” to 184 “No” vote that failed to clear the two-thirds majority needed to pass a constitutional amendment. Ninety-seven percent of House Repu
Washington, DC— Today, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) issued the following statement after Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford testified before the House Armed Services Committee:
Washington, DC— Today, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) issued the following statement praising President Trump’s decision to use National Guard troops to defend America’s southern border: