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U.S. Congressman Garret Graves (R – South Louisiana) has introduced the Ships to Be Recycled in the States (STORIS) Act in the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill aims to reform the domestic marine recycling industry. Read more about the STORIS Act here.
U.S. Rep. Garret Graves, R-Baton Rouge, introduced the Founding Legacies of Reserve Integral Combat-training Heroes Act, or FLORICH, named for Staff Sgt. Thomas Florich, who was one of 11 servicemen killed in a March helicopter crash. Read the full story here.
Washington, DC - Congressman Graves (R - South Louisiana) sent a letter to the president criticizing the effect of the president’s harmful tax, labor and environmental regulatory policies on American businesses’ global competiveness and promised vehement opposition to any future trade deal that fails to protect American jobs and sovereignty.
WASHINGTON -- America has a problem with its aging highways and public transit systems. On that, there's general consensus.
But what to do about it remains unresolved and the issue is subject to sometimes bitter partisan battles.
U.S. Rep. Garret Graves, from Louisiana’s 6th congressional district, was the guest speaker at the Zachary Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Lunch and Learn networking event March 31 at the Americana YMCA.
Congressman Garret Graves of Louisiana’s 6th Congressional District and former head of Louisiana’s Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority will be the keynote speaker at Restore or Retreat’s annual membership meeting on April 1 in Thibodaux.
Garret Graves spent a rainy Thursday traveling around Ascension to meet with various of his constituents and was asked variations of the same question by parish residents who probably got stuck in traffic on the way to meet there brand new Congressman. Graves was inaugurated as Louisiana’s 6th District Congressman two months ago and this was his first opportunity come home from D. C.
United States Congressman Garret Graves (La-06) is beginning his term representing the East Bank of Ascension Parish people with the people.
The Louisiana congressional delegation is continuing efforts to block a budget proposal by the Obama administration to reverse 2006 energy legislation providing revenue sharing to Louisiana and three other Gulf states for off-shore oil and gas production.
Congressman Garret Graves joined other memebers of Louisiana's Congressional Delegation and defended the right of Congress to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak in a comment last week.