WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Martha McSally today testified before the House Natural Resources Committee on her bill to expand and improve Udall Park. The Udall Park Land Exchange Completion Act would complete a 28- year old land exchange between the City of Tucson and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Martha McSally today recognized Southern Arizona’s First Responders of Distinction on the House Floor. Earlier this week, Rep. McSally recognized the nominees from throughout Southern Arizona and presented awards to the winners.
TUCSON – U.S. Representative Martha McSally today hosted her office’s second annual Congressional First Responder of Distinction Award Ceremony. The award recognizes local, county, state, and federal first responders—fire, police, and emergency medical personnel—in the Second District who go above and beyond to serve Southern Arizona.
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Martha McSally released the following statement on the death of recent University of Arizona graduate Bakari Henderson while he was vacationing with friends in Greece:
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WASHINGTON, DC— U.S. Representative Martha McSally successfully secured funding for Southern Arizona’s defense assets in the Fiscal Year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which the House Armed Services Committee passed last night. Because of Rep.
WASHINGTON, DC— U.S. Representative Martha McSally today announced she has successfully secured full funding for the A-10 fleet, $103 million for new A-10 wings, $17.5 million for other necessary upgrades, and $6 million for safety inspections.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Martha McSally’s legislation to close the skills gap in our workforce passed out of the Natural Resources Committee today by unanimous consent. H.R. 2053 will support schools, like the University of Arizona, that have mining programs which train and educate the next generation of mining and mineral experts.
WASHINGTON, DC—U.S. Representative Martha McSally today released the following statement regarding the decision by the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers to propose a rule to repeal the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule and substantially redefine it to be consistent with Supreme Court decisions and long-standing practice: