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Shelby Township, Mich. – Congressman Paul Mitchell (MI-10) released the following statement today following the public release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report:
WASHINGTON – Congressman Paul Mitchell (MI-10) released the following statement this afternoon regarding the Special Counsel’s report:
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Paul Mitchell (MI-10) released the following statement after voting against H.R.1:
WASHINGTON - Congressman Paul Mitchell (R-MI) and Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) today reintroduced the Protecting Our Children’s Future Act to replace the broken Congressional budget process in an effort to rein in spending, control the national debt, and make the process work more efficiently.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Paul Mitchell (MI-10) released the following statement tonight after voting against the Continuing Appropriations Act:
As your representative in Congress, I want to share a recent bipartisan op-ed I wrote with Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) in The Hill about Congress' need to avoid future government shutdowns:
WASHINGTON – Congressman Paul Mitchell (MI-10) today led a bipartisan legislative effort with Democrat Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi (IL-08) calling on Congress to prevent any future lapse in appropriations, and to permanently end government shutdowns.
Mitchell issued the following statement:
WASHINGTON – Congressman Paul Mitchell (MI-10) released the following statement after President Donald Trump announced a deal reached to reopen the government and pay federal employees.
“I support President Donald Trump’s decision to reopen the government and pay our hard-working federal employees. My priorities remain what they have always been: to secure our nation’s borders, deal with the humanitarian crisis at the border, and reform our nation’s broken immigration system which has been ignored for far too long.”
WASHINGTON – Congressman Paul Mitchell released the following statement after being selected by the Republican Steering Committee to serve on the House Armed Services Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee in the 116th Congress. Congressman Mitchell served on both committees in the 115th Congress. The Republican Conference must now ratify the Steering Committee’s decision.