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    Chronic Kidney Patients Deserve Access to Safe Telehealth Care

    Slowly but surely our nation is moving closer to living in a new normal, with COVID-19 case numbers dropping, cases less severe due to vaccinations and new therapies, and restrictions easing. Americans are getting back to normal, albeit a “new normal.” The COVID-19 public health emergency forced our...

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    Government should stop interfering in the doctor-patient relationship

    After years as a practicing podiatrist, I came to Congress because I saw people serving in government—who had never taken care of patients—making healthcare decisions that interfere with the trusted and sacred relationship between doctor and patient. For the sake of patient health, Washington needs...

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    Gun control is the wrong debate

    There’s a prevailing myth that we can bring an end to mass shootings in America if only we banned AR-15s – or better yet, banned all semi-automatic guns as well. If only it were that simple. By the grace of God, protective firearms were present five years ago at the baseball field on June 14, 2017. ...

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    Nancy Pelosi's trip to Ukraine was a cover-up for partisan failure

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took a congressional delegation comprising entirely Democratic members to Ukraine , telling Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, “Your fight is a fight for everyone.” Pelosi then accepted several gifts, including a Ukrainian flag signed by Zelensky and female members of...

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    What a Republican-led healthy future looks like

    The Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra is finally testifying before Congress this week. Republicans are eager to deliver him an important message: Americans’ health care is personal, and Democrats’ one-size-fits-all, “Washington knows best” approach is doing little to p...

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    The U.S. Must Honor Our Promises and Protect Afghan Partners

    Mohammad spent most of the past 12 years working for the U.S. government in Afghanistan, first in the U.S. Embassy in Kabul and later as a DoD contractor. When his wife and family started receiving threats in 2010, he applied for a Special Immigrant Visa. Wrongful rejections and delays pushed Mohamm...

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    Freedom’s insurance policy

    America’s defenses started out with lanterns in a church steeple and the now famous, “One if by land, two if by sea.” It started with a wildly outnumbered band of citizens facing off against the most powerful nation in the world at that time. It began with bloody feet and no boots at Valley Forge. I...

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