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Congressman Thomas Massie

Representing the 4th District of Kentucky

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May 31, 2017 In The News
Courier-Journal: Don't tax Social Security benefits | Thomas Massie


Apr 24, 2017 In The News

When the federal government wants to get rid of properties, it can often take a while, leaving old government buildings vacant and rotting.

Mar 23, 2017 In The News

Kentucky GOP Rep. Thomas Massie said Thursday that the Trump administration had not convinced him to change his vote on the bill to replace Obamacare, and said that he hoped it would sink in the House.

“I am still very much opposed to the bill,” Massie said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe Thursday. “I think it’s worse than Obamacare.”

Mar 7, 2017 In The News
Washington Examiner

Thomas Massie does not mince words. For more than six years, Republicans have promised to repeal Obamacare and after reviewing the long-awaited replacement package for a few hours, the Kentucky libertarian wasn't impressed. Massie thinks "it's a stinking pile of garbage."

Mar 1, 2017 In The News
Competitive Enterprise Institute

Earlier today, Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR), the ranking member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and committee member Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) announced a bill that would uncap the airport passenger facility charge (PFC), which would allow airports to charge passengers greater than the current $4.50 per enplanement fee.

Feb 17, 2017 In The News

On the same day as Betsy DeVos’ confirmation vote to become the next Secretary of Education, one congressman is seeking to eliminate the department she would head.

Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) introduced a bill (HR 899) Tuesday that contains just one single sentence “The Department of Education shall terminate on December 31, 2018.”

Dec 8, 2016 In The News

Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) will be chair of a newly relaunched Congressional Second Amendment Caucus. (Earlier versions existed from 2004-08, and 2009-13.)

Mar 29, 2016 In The News
Cincinnati Enquirer

Occasionally politicians slip up and reveal their true intentions. In Washington, D.C., this is called “committing candor.” While indirectly discussing his administration’s effort in the courts to force Apple to develop a software key to unlock iPhones, President Obama recently admitted this battle is not just about a single terrorist’s iPhone in San Bernardino.

Mar 25, 2013 In The News
Cincinnati Enquirer
Massie still learning ropes, enjoying life in Congress
Mar 25, 2013 In The News
Cincinnati Enquirer
Massie still learning ropes, enjoying life in Congress