The Opioid Overdose Reduction Act of 2015 addresses America’s growing Heroin epidemic
Washington, DC - Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA), Congressman Richard E. Neal (D-MA), and Congressman Frank Guinta (R-NH) introduced bipartisan legislation in the United States House of Representatives this week to help prevent prescription drug and heroin overdoses in United States. The rising tide of drug addiction across America is deeply troubling.
In a speech today at the Dulles Matters! Seminar, Congresswoman Barbara Comstock announced a working group that will bring together federal, state, and local officials, as well as the business community to work on how we can support and revitalize Dulles Airport and the Northern Virginia economy in a coordinated fashion. Rep.
Washington, DC- Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA) issued the following statement on the passage of H.R. 1105, The Death Tax Repeal Act of 2015 - a bill Comstock cosponsored.
Congresswoman Barbara Comstock today announced that she is participating in the 2015 Offshore Energy Tour with House Majority Whip Steve Scalise in South Louisiana.
LEESBURG, Va. (WUSA9) -- An initiative to address the Virginia heroin epidemic was announced by Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA) and the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Friday.
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Washington, DC - Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA) issued the following statement on the passage of the bipartisan H.R. 2, The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015. This important piece of legislation permanently repeals the “Doc Fix” and extends the Children’s Health Insurance Program. The House passed this legislation by a strong bipartisan vote of 392 to 37.
Washington, DC - Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA) issued the following statement on the Budget Resolution vote that occurred today:
Washington, DC - Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA) issued the following statement on the passage of a joint resolution to prevent the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from implementing its ambush elections rule that drastically shortens the time frame for union elections and compromises the privacy of American workers. The House passed the legislation with a vote of 232 to 186: