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Pandemic hits public transportation systems

As chair of the Highways and Transit Subcommittee, I passed the major infrastructure bill in the House in the 116th Congress, the Moving Forward Act (H.R. 2), which included funding to strengthen the nation's existing infrastructure and support new, innovative transportation projects.

Domestic maritime safeguards the supply chain, bolsters the economy

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the people who operate our multi-modal transportation system have kept our country going, keeping households and businesses supplied and the economy moving in the face of public health and logistical challenges.

We can come together for smart infrastructure

I am eager to get to work on infrastructure policy to further Oklahoma priorities and bring needed investment to the roads, bridges, and infrastructure that connect communities, support economic productivity, and create jobs across America.

Infrastructure investment will get America moving again

For years, politicians have talked about the need to revitalize America's antiquated infrastructure from our roads and bridges to our energy grid and drinking water systems but little has been done to fix these urgent problems.

Resistance units key to freedom in Iran

Since 2018, the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq's (MEK) Resistance Units have stepped up their activities dramatically across the nation, not only spreading the Iranian Resistance's messages , but also targeting the regime's symbols and repressive centers.

Positive developments signal regime on the brink

Growing recognition and legitimacy of the Iranian Resistance on an international stage was evidenced at the Free Iran Summit attended by more than 350 dignitaries from 47 countries on June 30, 2019, in Ashraf 3, the new home of thousands of Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (PMOI/MEK) members.

Free Iran Global Summit

World summit brings together Iranians, international supporters, political dignitaries, and bipartisan lawmakers from five continents

222 co-sponsors unite on bipartisan H. Res. 374

A majority of the House of Representatives including 11 committee chairs and ranking members, and 113 subcommittee chairs and ranking members are co-sponsoring the resolution.