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May 16, 2018 Press Release
The House passes the Protect and Serve Act to allow for the federal prosecution of those who knowingly cause bodily harm or attempt to cause bodily harm to law enforcement officers.
May 14, 2018 Press Release
Crystal Black and Gene Blackmon showed exceptional service as key volunteers in response to the recent tornado and storm that hit parts of Guilford and Rockingham counties.
May 14, 2018 Press Release
"Signing a scholarship with a university should not be a moratorium on an athlete’s ability to use his or her name and image, or to attain a livable wage for their talent. We owe it to our college athletes to build a better system that incentivizes them to finish school, rewards their achievements and gives them opportunity and hope for the future."
May 9, 2018 Press Release
Rescissions aren’t merely a Republican political maneuver against Democrats. President Clinton used the process 166 times to save more than $3.5 billion. While effective, the most recent package sent by President Trump is especially innocuous, politically speaking, clawing back unneeded, unspent funds, some of which were appropriated as far back as 1993.
May 9, 2018 Press Release
Nobody should be surprised that the deal failed to rein in the world's largest sponsor of terrorism. At its core, the deal was destined to fail due to its inability to curb the Iranian Regime’s expansionist and destabilizing goals in the greater Middle East.
May 8, 2018 Press Release
When the Vice President was here, he promised the full support of the federal government, and with this declaration by FEMA, we have received it. Our efforts are not over, we remain committed to serving all of those impacted to our fullest ability.
April 29, 2018 Blog Post
The Veterans Resource Fair was a one-stop shop where veterans and their families can meet with representatives from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to discuss disability and compensation claims, determine eligibility for VA healthcare, provide information about VA burial assistance programs, and mental health services.
April 28, 2018 Press Release
Congressman Mark Walker wrote to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Brock Long to support North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper’s request that the President declare a major disaster for the State of North Carolina, under Section 401 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief Act, as a result of severe weather that effected Guilford and Rockingham counties on April 15, 2018.
April 18, 2018 Press Release
"The bureaucratic failures of the IRS were on full display yesterday as they were unable to perform even a basic duty on their most critical day of the year. Another way the IRS is failing North Carolina taxpayers is with lack of accountability. Run for almost a decade by Commissioners who spent more time misleading Congress and attempting to bury scandals than they did serving Americans, the IRS has operated under a different set of rules than what they expect from taxpayers. The Ditto Act forces accountability on the IRS and ensures that they are working under the same rules as the people and businesses of North Carolina."
April 16, 2018 Press Release
"Incarceration statistics paint a grim picture of the nightmare millions face: 2.7 million children under the age of 18 have an incarcerated parent; there are more jails than colleges in the United States; non-violent drug offenses account for almost half of the total population in federal prisons; and taxpayers spend more than $70 billion each year to incarcerate 1 in 100 American adults," Walker and Richmond write. "Even worse, these wasted dollars make us all less safe. We have the opportunity to restore families and help people find redemption instead of condemnation."


In The News

May 22, 2015 In The News

Gibsonville, NC-- A new flag will soon fly outside the Gibsonville Police Department.

Last week, the department's flag was stolen, while flying at half-staff to honor fallen officers.

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May 20, 2015 In The News

It’s not unusual for a politician to get tagged with a nickname, but it’s pretty uncommon for two freshman Congresspersons to share the same moniker. Around the Nation’s Capitol, Representatives Alma Adams and Mark Walker are known as “MALMA,” an affectionate amalgamation of their first names. The co-joined ID is inspired by a number of factors.


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April 1, 2015 Photo Gallery

Together with the NC Council for Women, U.S. Representative Mark Walker (NC-6) hosted a Roundtable on Human Trafficking. The roundtable brought together key partners and organizations to collaborate and share information, discuss concerns and recommend strategic initiatives that leadership can implement to combat human trafficking in North Carolina.

January 3, 2015 Photo Gallery
Rep. Walker on Instagram