Marlin Stutzman

Latest Marlin Stutzman Items
  • Two emerge as frontrunners in GOP leadership race

    The race for the House GOP's whip leadership post is turning into a two-man affair, lawmakers said Wednesday after emerging from a closed-door meeting where they heard pitched from the candidates.


  • Rep. Raul Labrador suffered a setback over the weekend in his challenge against Rep. Kevin McCarthy to become the House Majority Leader when he presided over a chaotic state party convention in which Idaho Republicans failed to elect a chairman or adopt a platform. (associated press photographs)

    Conservatives seek geographic diversity in next House whip

    With Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy poised to ascend the House leadership ladder, conservatives are turning their attention to the race to succeed him as their best chance to have one of their own win a high leader's post.


  • Food stamps (illustration)

    EDITORIAL: Farm bill logjam

    The blame for out-of-control federal spending belongs mostly on logrolling, the practice of congressmen trading positions on controversial issues to pass a bill. Sometimes it doesn't work.


  • Illustration by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    STUTZMAN: A close encounter with abortion

    On a cold December night in 1975, a 17-year-old girl sobbed on the bedroom floor of a neighbor's house. Her own home had just burned to the ground, destroying everything she had. But that wasn't the only weight she carried that night.


  • **FILE** Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (The Washington Times)

    Indiana lawmaker tosses hat in the ring for Beretta

    Indiana state Rep. Marlin Stutzman jumped aboard the Beretta bandwagon — the one that's already filled with Virginia and West Virginia politicos seeking to capitalize on Maryland's regulatory climate — and told the gun maker to relocate in Hoosierland.


  • MILLER: Concealed carry renewed

    The top legislative priority for gun owners in the previous Congress was passage of a national concealed carry reciprocity bill. The measure sailed through the House on a bipartisan 272 to 154 vote only to die at the hands of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who refused to bring it to the floor.


  • Four freshman lawmakers eager to cut government receive federal farm subsidies

    Last year, farmer Marlin Stutzman collected $30,813 in direct federal subsidies for his Stuzman Farms in Indiana and southern Michigan.


  • SGT. SHAFT: Vet could be eligible for compensation because of Agent Orange

    Dear Sgt. Shaft: I am a Vietnam veteran (era 1965/1966) and, over the years, have developed problems due to an enlarged prostate and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) issues. During my service, I served in An Khe, Pleiku, Qui Nhon, etc., where heavy concentrations of Agent Orange were sprayed. Will I be eligible to receive compensation/benefits because of exposure to Agent Orange?


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