Vice President Pence in Myrtle Beach 

Wrenzie and I had the honor of welcoming Vice President Mike Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence to Myrtle Beach this weekend! It was great to spend time with our Vice President in the Seventh District. The below picture is of Wrenzie and I right after Airforce 2 touched down. 



Six Months Later 

  On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act became the law of the land! What does six months of tax reform look like?
  • One million new jobs
  • Lowest unemployment rate in 18 years
  • Increased paychecks for hardworking Americans
  • Small business optimism at an all-time high
  • More job openings than job seekers 
The impact this legislation has had in just six short months is phenomenal- our economy is booming. Republican pro-growth policies have restored opportunity in this country, and we are just getting started!


Vote Notes

  This week, the House of Representatives passed the Support for Patients and Community Act, which is a culmination of weeks of bipartisan legislative work to combat the opioid epidemic. The opioid epidemic has ripped apart families and communities across America at an alarming rate- killing 115 Americans per day- and Congress is fighting back. This legislative package included measures that will increase access to treatment, enhance prevention efforts, and stop the flow of synthetic drugs like fentanyl into our country.

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Raising Awareness for Alzheimer's Disease

  Alzheimer’s is a terrible disease and the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. With over five million Americans currently living with Alzheimer’s, we must ensure that those battling this debilitating disease have access to a comprehensive care plan. That is why I am a proud cosponsor of H.R. 4256, the BOLD (Building Our Largest Dementia) infrastructure for Alzheimer's Act. This bill implements effective Alzheimer’s interventions focused on early detection and diagnosis as well as preventing avoidable hospitalization. I am proud to support the Alzheimer’s community and will continue my work to help people overcome this terrible disease.