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March 14, 2019 Press Release
Signing an athletic scholarship with a school should not be a moratorium on your rights to your name, image, and self-worth. It’s time to bring equity to student-athletes and fix the injustices that exist in the current NCAA model. After nearly two years of discussions with players and leaders, we are introducing legislation that won’t cost the NCAA or our schools a single dollar, while empowering college athletes with the same opportunities that every American should have in a free-market.
March 13, 2019 Press Release
“That’s what it comes down to for Walker: a basic right. ‘We’re not asking the NCAA or a university to pay a single dollar to any student athlete at any point in time,’ he says. ‘The only thing we’re doing is to remove the ban. When they have to sign over and put a moratorium on their likeness and image, we think that’s un-American.'"
March 11, 2019 Press Release
The American story is a history of second chances. From prison to prosperity, we must continue to restore families, heal communities, and help people find redemption. Second Chance Month will promote these opportunities and honor the nonprofit organizations and employers who are empowering individuals with life change.
March 8, 2019 Press Release
Combatting the threat of terrorism takes an international, national, and most importantly, local approach. This legislation will ensure that government entities correctly share information and communicate to keep our communities safe and prosperous.
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March 8, 2019 Press Release
"House Democrats are attempting to force North Carolina taxpayers to pay for campaign ads for California politicians. Instead of counting ballots from the Capitol, the new House majority should be counting the number of people who will be hurt by their policies that will cost $600,000 per household and make private health insurance illegal."
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March 7, 2019 Press Release
"For years, conservatives who questioned ballot harvesting – a practice where unvetted organizers can go door-to-door, collecting absentee ballots like Halloween candy – were criticized and demeaned. Now, as we see election fraud in my home state and House Democrats are rightfully calling for additional election security measures, they are rejecting commonsense proposals, fearing a breakdown of their legislated electoral advantages. Ballot harvesting is a cooking pot for election fraud and abuse, and we need to get all the cooks out of the kitchen."
March 7, 2019 Press Release
"Signing on with a university, if you’re a student-athlete, should not be (a) moratorium on your rights as an individual," Walker said. "Here’s the thing: We’re not asking the university, we’re not asking the NCAA to pay a single dollar into this. You’ve done your part offering a full scholarship. Just don’t restrict the rest of it."
March 6, 2019 Press Release
"This is a legitimate national emergency." Nielsen responded. "This is a twin crisis and we can do better as a country. We have to have a system where we can protect vulnerable populations. We can secure our border, which is our sovereign responsibility. We can protect communities while facilitating legal trade and travel."
March 6, 2019 Press Release
Churches and charities serve on the frontline of our battle against the generational cycles of poverty and the traps of government dependence. Washington should ensure their work in our communities is not restricted by unnecessary taxes and strenuous compliance processes.
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February 28, 2019 Press Release
I want you to think about one word this evening. I want you to think about the word injustice. For the sake of millions of lives, we must never quit.

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