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Forbes: DHS Policy on Travel from Ebola-Affected Countries Insufficient
October 21, 2014  - Congressman J. Randy Forbes (VA-04) issued the following statement in response to the Department of Homeland Security’s announcement today that all individuals traveling from Guinea, Liberia, or Sierra Leone to the U.S. will be required to travel through one of five major U.S. airports where additi...More

Forbes Releases Statement on the Retirement of Dr. Andrew Marshall
October 20, 2014  - Congressman J. Randy Forbes (VA-04), Chairman of the House Armed Services Seapower and Projection Forces Subcommittee, released the following statement in response to the pending retirement of Dr. Andrew Marshall, Director of the Office of Net Assessment (ONA) at the Department of Defense: “For ove...More

What will history say?
October 17, 2014  - For decades, we’ve been prepared. We’ve led. We’ve made innovative breakthroughs. We’ve made significant advances in trade, diplomacy, global trust, and modernization. We’ve protected the American way of life. But what will history say about our ability to take on the challenges of today? The Nation...More

Forbes calls for Congress to Reconvene Session to Address Ebola Containment
October 17, 2014  - Congressman J. Randy Forbes (VA-04) issued the following statement: “The continued spread of Ebola infections in the United States, coupled with lax travel oversight of persons in contact with the lethal virus, have frayed the confidence of many in this Administration's ability to further contain th...More

Forbes: Implement Travel Restrictions in Response to Ebola
October 16, 2014  - Congressman J. Randy Forbes (VA-04) issued the following statement in response to the death of the Ebola patient at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, and the subsequent infection of two healthcare workers within the United States: “To prevent the growing crisis in West Africa from leadi...More

My thoughts on government dysfunction
October 10, 2014  - According to a Gallup survey released last year, Americans were more likely to name “dysfunctional government” as the most important problem facing the nation – more than the economy, unemployment, the deficit, and healthcare. And who can blame them? It’s government dysfunction that brought us to se...More

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