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January 26, 2021

Rep. Kirkpatrick Keeps Coveted Appropriations Committee Seat in 117th Congress

WASHINGTON, DC — Today, the office of Rep. Kirkpatrick released the following statement. The House Appropriations Committee Chair Rosa DeLauro (D-CT-03) announced the Democratic rosters for the House Appropriations Committee’s 12 subcommittees in the 117th Congress, including the Subcommittee Chairs and full Committee Vice Chair who were elected by the Committee’s Democratic Members.  Rep. Kirkpatrick…

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January 22, 2021

ICYMI: Rep. Kirkpatrick Secures Huge Funding Win for Childhood & Adolescent Cancer Research

(WASHINGTON, DC) — The Office of Rep. Kirkpatrick released the following statement. Rep. Kirkpatrick voted to pass the Omnibus funding bill for 2021, in which she secured $115 million in Congressionally-directed defense spending for the larger Peer-Reviewed Cancer Research category.  At the Congresswoman’s request, cancers found in Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults are now eligible…

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January 12, 2021

Rep. Kirkpatrick Introduces Bill To Designate January 8th Memorial as a National Memorial

Honors victims’ legacies and community resilience ten years after the tragedy (TUCSON, AZ ) — Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick re-introduced the January 8th National Memorial Act, which would affiliate the now-completed January 8th Memorial in Tucson with the National Park System, thereby making it a National Memorial. The bill has garnered support from Arizona House delegation…

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January 7, 2021

Rep. Kirkpatrick Demands the Removal of President Trump From Office

(Washington, DC) — Today, the Office of Rep. Kirkpatrick released the following statement. “We have known for a long time that this President is unfit for office,” said Rep. Kirkpatrick. “What transpired yesterday at the Capitol, the seditionist uprising that we witnessed, was incited directly by the Commander-in-Chief — who has control over our nuclear arsenal. That is…

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January 6, 2021

Rep. Kirkpatrick Condemns Violence & Mass Assault on Our Democracy

(Washington, DC) — Tonight, the Office of Rep. Kirkpatrick responds to ongoing violence and disruption of democratic processes in the nation’s capital. Rep. Kirkpatrick and her staff remain safe and locked down.  “Today will go down as a dark day in American history,” Rep. Kirkpatrick said. “What should have been a peaceful, honored, and routine process —…

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