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Congressman John Rose filed his first bill, H.R.4219, to restore our country’s constitutionally-established separation of powers. The bill is an effort to curtail nationwide injunctions, which have the potential to severely restrict new government policies.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, the “Stopping Bad Robocalls Act,” which Congressman John Rose cosponsored, obtained final passage in the U.S. House to end the frustrating, deceitful, and oftentimes harmful calls which plague Tennesseans and folks across the country.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tuesday, Congressman John Rose’s bill supporting rural small businesses secured final passage in the House with an overwhelming 413 votes in support. The legislation allows entrepreneurs in rural communities to receive the same capital formation technical assistance available to many other small businesses across the state and nation.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Wednesday, marking the midpoint of National Small Business Week, Congressman John Rose (TN-6) advocated for the proud small business owners in rural communities of Tennessee’s Sixth Congressional District at the House Financial Services Committee meeting. He strongly encouraged his fellow committee members to support his proposed legislation that would allow entrepreneurs in rural communities to receive the capital formation technical assistance available to many other small businesses across the state and nation.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Over the course of the two-week April recess, Congressman John Rose (TN-6) led a full schedule with stops in all 19 counties of the Sixth Congressional District. During a 1,523 mile tour, he hosted and attended over 65 meetings and events with hundreds of constituents.
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representatives John Rose (TN-06) and Sean Casten (IL-06) won House passage today of H. Res. 328, their bill to support combating the financial exploitation of seniors. Older Americans are increasingly targeted for financial scams and it is estimated that older Americans lose more than $36 billion every year to scams. Rose spoke on the House Floor in support of the resolution, which passed the House overwhelmingly with 411 votes of support.
Cookeville, TN – Congressman John Rose (TN-06) has named Rebecca Foster, former chief nursing officer of Cumberland Medical Center in Crossville, as district director:
Rebecca Foster brings 29 years of experience in healthcare and executive roles to Congressman John Rose’s team. Most recently, Rebecca served as the chief nursing officer of Cumberland Medical Center (CMC) for six years. Previously, Foster worked as the director of critical care and the executive director of quality and patient safety at CMC.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman John Rose (R-TN6) released the following statement after voting to support the President in fully funding the wall along our nation’s unsecured southern border:
“I stand with the President’s decision to declare a national emergency to end the threats coming into our country through the open border,” said Congressman Rose. “This decision is within the President’s lawful purview and past presidents freely exercised this authority.”
Washington, D.C. – John Rose, Representative for Tennessee’s Sixth Congressional District, has been appointed to the prestigious Financial Services Committee. While other new members await their assignments, Rose is among the first to be named to one of only a few “A” committees in the House’s “A, B, and C” committee system.