WASHINGTON – Last week, Rep. Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) introduced H.R. 6830, the Impact Aid Infrastructure Act, to fund the construction of critical Impact Aid school projects and address the significant backlog communities are facing.
Today, Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01), whose district includes the Western Army Aviation Training Site (WAATS), called on Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and Major General Michael McGuire to put an immediate stop to an impending clawback of thousands of dollars from active duty servicemembers stationed at the base.
WASHINGTON - Today, Congressman Tom O'Halleran (AZ-01) congratulated the Hualapai Tribe for receiving a Tribal Heritage Grant from the National Park Service. The $43,200 award will allow the tribe to preserve their cultural heritage, including traditional arts, skills, education, and ceremonies.
WASHINGTON – Yesterday, U.S.
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) voted to pass the FY 2019 Energy and Water Development, Military Construction and Veterans Affairs, and Legislative Branch Appropriations Minibus. Included in the appropriations bill is language championed by O’Halleran that prevents $23 million from being moved out of the Upper Colorado River Basin Fund.
VILLAGE OF OAK CREEK - Today, Congressman Tom O'Halleran (AZ-01) called for a rules change in the House of Representatives to prohibit Members of Congress from serving on the board of any publicly held or publicly regulated corporation, financial institution, or business entity.
Washington D.C. – This week, Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01), member of the Bipartisan Task Force to End Sexual Violence, and Co-Chairman of the Victims’ Rights Caucus, and Congressman Ted Poe (TX-02) introduced the Helping End Abusive Living Situations (HEALS) Act.
WASHINGTON - Today, Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) and Congressman Tom Cole (OK-04) introduced the bipartisan Native Youth and Tribal Officer Protection Act, a bill to ensure children and law enforcement in tribal communities are protected in instances of domestic violence.
WASHINGTON - Today, the House of Representatives voted unanimously to pass Congressman Tom O’Halleran’s (AZ-01) amendment to H.R. 1635, the Empowering Students Through Enhanced Financial Counseling Act.
WASHINGTON – Today, during the first Farm Bill Conference Committee’s public hearing, Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) urged House and Senate members to draft a bipartisan Farm Bill that supports Arizona farmers and ranchers, working families, and rural communities.
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U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Ariz., called the media to a local American Legion Post Monday morning to express his concern over the Trump administration’s Obamacare replacement plan, the American Healthcare Act (AHCA).
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Ariz, commented on the recent efforts by the Trump administration to follow long-standing ethics rules after being pressed by members of Congress in a letter to Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney.
For two weeks, Maryvale has held a farmers market in El Oso Park. It's all a part of making the community more sustainable and healthy.
For many folks, strolling around the local farmer's market is a Saturday ritual, but Congressman Tom O'Halleran says it's so much more.
Tom O’Halleran traveled an unusual road from a rough Chicago neighborhood to his present role as the newest representative from Arizona’s sprawling 1st Congressional District, and says his life and career choices have all contributed to his ability to work across the gaping chasm that is American politics.
COOLIDGE — Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-01, visited Coolidge on Sunday to pay his respects to the veteran wall erected at the Artisan Village of Coolidge, and to hear concerns over the treatment of veterans.
TSE BONITO, NEW MEXICO – On Thursday, the Naabik’iyátí’ Committee
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Tom O’Halleran announced Friday new members of his staff who will work with tribal leaders and organizations across the 1st District to focus on the needs of our Native American communities.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers says repealing the Affordable Care Act would have detrimental effects on Native American healthcare. They’re concerned it would nullify the separate Indian Health Care Improvement Act. Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports.
WASHINGTON — Native Americans, Alaska Natives and a bipartisan group of their allies — including current and former Arizona lawmakers — are worried that repeal of the Affordable Care Act will also eliminate a non-controversial portion of that law that commits federal funding for tribal health care around the country, a move that the National Indian Health Board warns would be “catastrophic.”