WASHINGTON – Congressman Tom Rice (R-S.C.) today announced $10 million in emergency funding was secured for beachfront renourishment projects in North Myrtle Beach to repair damages suffered from Hurricane Matthew. Congressman Rice worked closely with relevant entities at the federal level to ensure resources were made available and the project received fair consideration.
Bill would allow nonprofit partners to utilize the Nuclear PTC, creating parity with for-profit partners and lowering energy costs
WASHINGTON – Congressman Tom Rice (R–S.C.) today introduced bipartisan legislation that could lower energy prices for millions of consumers in South Carolina and across America.
WASHINGTON – Thursday morning Congressman Tom Rice (SC-07) voted in the House Committee on Ways & Means to approve the American Health Care Act, legislation that will repeal and replace Obamacare.
Bill would hold special interest groups accountable, stop years-long delay of infrastructure projects and save taxpayer money
WASHINGTON – Congressman Tom Rice (SC-07) today introduced H.R. 1179, the Discouraging Frivolous Lawsuits Act, legislation that would amend the Clean Water Act (CWA) to streamline the permitting process for infrastructure projects and hold special interest groups accountable for filing frivolous lawsuits.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Tom Rice (SC-07) today announced upcoming mobile office hours throughout South Carolina’s Seventh Congressional District. During these meetings, constituents can meet with members of Congressman Rice’s staff for help with issues involving federal agencies, including claims processing at the VA, Social Security benefits, obtaining passports and more.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Tom Rice (SC-07) today released the following statement on President Trump’s nomination of 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Tom Rice (SC-07) today announced that $52 million of South Carolina’s $65 million allocation in relief aid has been secured for Marion County to help recover from Hurricane Matthew damages and subsequent flooding last October. Other disaster declared communities in South Carolina are eligible for the remaining funds.