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Congressman Thomas Massie

Representing the 4th District of Kentucky

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Jun 19, 2013 Press Release
U.S. Representative Massie Speaks Out Against Internet Tax at Press Conference
“This proposed Internet sales tax on American consumers is not about fairness, and not about helping the economy”

Jun 11, 2013 Press Release

Congressmen Radel, Amash, Massie and Salmon Introduce Two Amendments to NDAA Strengthening Civil Liberties for all Americans

Jun 11, 2013 Press Release

Congressmen Radel, Amash, Massie and Salmon Introduce Two Amendments to NDAA Strengthening Civil Liberties for all Americans

Jun 10, 2013 Press Release

U.S. Representative Massie Seeks Answers on NSA Secret Phone Record Seizures

"I campaigned against the Patriot Act for this precise reason"

Jun 10, 2013 Press Release

U.S. Representative Massie Seeks Answers on NSA Secret Phone Record Seizures

"I campaigned against the Patriot Act for this precise reason"

Jun 6, 2013 Press Release
Congressman Massie, along with 15 other members of Congress from both parties, sent a letter to House leadership opposing H.R. 684, the Marketplace Fairness Act, otherwise known as the Internet Sales Tax.
Jun 6, 2013 Press Release
Congressman Massie, along with 15 other members of Congress from both parties, sent a letter to House leadership opposing H.R. 684, the Marketplace Fairness Act, otherwise known as the Internet Sales Tax.
May 16, 2013 Press Release
Yesterday, Representative Thomas Massie led a 30-minute Special Order speech on the House Floor along with fellow Reps. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and Steve Daines (R-MT).
May 16, 2013 Press Release
Yesterday, Representative Thomas Massie led a 30-minute Special Order speech on the House Floor along with fellow Reps. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and Steve Daines (R-MT).
May 14, 2013 Press Release
Congressman Massie signed on as an original co-sponsor of legislation to return the historic Delta Queen steamboat to Cincinnati. The Delta Queen began operations in 1926 and was locally owned from 1946 to 1985.

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