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Sixth District Perspectives with Congressman Ben Cline: May 25, 2019

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When it comes to covering Congress, the media often focuses on one or two controversial pieces of legislation at a given time. What many Americans do not know is each week, a whole host of bills are passed under a House provision where there is little debate and often the bills are passed on a voice vote. Reading each one takes a lot of time and effort, but it is important to make sure I understand how each bill would impact the Sixth District and its citizens. In this week’s column, I want to highlight a few of this week’s suspension bills along with a brief synopsis of the legislation.

With Memorial Day upon us, the House focused heavily this week on veterans’ issues and passed nine bills aimed at keeping our promises to the men and woman who served our country in uniform.

In response to the 20 veterans a day that die by suicide, the House passed several pieces of legislation addressing the effectiveness of treatments, staffing, and reporting that will provide Congress timely information to better guide our efforts to stem and ultimately end this national tragedy. The Support for Suicide Prevention Coordinators Act, H.R. 2333 requires the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to assess the VA suicide coordinators’ responsibilities, workload, training, and vacancy rates and determine whether the use of coordinators varies among department facilities. Similarly, the Veterans’ Care Quality Transparency Act, H.R. 2372 directs the GAO to study the effectiveness of outside groups and programs that work with the VA to provide suicide prevention and mental health services to veterans. Additionally, in wake of an increase in the number of veteran suicides which have taken place at VA facilities, Congress passed the Fostering Intergovernmental Health Transparency in Veteran Suicides Act, H.R. 2340. This bill requires the VA to notify Congress of every suicide that occurs inside one of their facilities.

Congress also sought to address concerns relating to veteran mental and physical health by passing the Whole Veteran Act, H.R. 5359 which directs the Veterans Affairs Department to prepare for Congress a report which includes potential alternative care options for retired service members. To provide increased mental health resources to veterans who meet certain criterion, the House also passed the Vet Center Eligibility Expansion Act, H.R. 1812 which would allow veterans and active-duty service members who responded to a national emergency or major disaster to have access to Vet Centers, a right in which they have fully earned.

Our chamber also took up legislation that would increase success to the 165,000 veterans’ who transition from the military into civilian life. That is why the House passed the Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer William Bill Mulder (Ret.) Transition Improvement Act, H.R. 2326. Far too often, our veterans struggle to transition into civilian life, and this bill is intended to make that career change easier. We also passed the Veterans’ Education, Transition, and Opportunity Prioritization Plan Act, H.R. 2045 which creates a new agency within the VA that will prioritize veterans’ benefits relating to education, job training, and home loans.

Furthermore, the House took a step to better the lives of our disabled service members by supporting the Veterans’ Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act, H.R. 1200. As the title suggests, this legislation provides disabled veterans and their families with a cost-of-living adjustment meant to help ease the burden of day-to-day expenses.

Finally, we sought to improve the efficiency of the VA by passing legislation to close a loop hole which allowed outside third-party organizations to take advantage of the GI Bill and bill the VA for, in some cases, $100,000 per student for flight training expenses. The bill also allows the VA to replace government-issued headstones or markers in a private cemetery to add an inscription for a spouse or child who died before or after the veteran. I am proud to have joined my colleagues this week in supporting these pieces of legislation which will benefit millions of veterans across this country.

Amherst Town Hall
Next week, I will host a town hall in Amherst County. The town hall will take place Wednesday, May 29, 2019, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at Amherst-Monroe Ruritan Club, 115 Bruner Road, Monroe, VA 24574. Sign up on Eventbrite by clicking here.

As with my previous town hall meetings across the Sixth Congressional District, this town hall will allow me to engage with Amherst County residents and take your views to Washington.
Citizens of Amherst County will be given priority regarding comments during the town hall. I hope you can attend.

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Sixth District Perspectives with Congressman Ben Cline – August 18, 2019

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Legislative Update
In the eight months since becoming your representative in Congress, the office has been busy serving the people of Virginia’s Sixth Congressional District. We have received and answered over 41,000 pieces of mail from constituents, and have also successfully closed 562 casework inquiries related to federal agencies. While providing reliable and timely constituent services is a top priority as your representative, I have also cast more than 400 votes on the House floor, and I have jumped into my assignments on the House Judiciary Committee and the House Education and Labor Committee with vigor.

At times, I have been on the opposite side of tough debates with my Democratic colleagues. However, much of my work has been in a bipartisan spirit as well. Of the 50 bills I have co-sponsored, 19 of them have a Democratic lead and 35 of them have a Democratic co-sponsor.

This week, two bills I authored and championed through the House and Senate are on the President’s desk awaiting his signature. H.R. 3311 – the Small Business Reorganization Act – and H.R. 3304 – the National Guard and Reservists Debt Relief Extension Act of 2019 – both passed the chambers of Congress by large margins and are examples of the work taking place behind the scenes.

As you may know, the Small Business Reorganization Act is a bill which opens a portion of the bankruptcy code to small business owners so they can restructure in much the same way as small family farmers. Instead of shutting down and auctioning bits and pieces of a business in order to only pay back a portion of debt, this bill allows companies with otherwise sound business models to keep the doors open and employees on payroll as they renegotiate with lenders. It gives the opportunity for small businesses to regroup and make their debtors whole at the same time. This legislation is a win-win for local economies where community banks are often the ones providing funding for the region’s small businesses.

The National Guard and Reservists Debt Relief Extension Act is a piece of legislation many may not be familiar with but is just as important. All of us know citizen service-members who serve in the reserves or the National Guard. Often, this commitment means our nation’s guardsmen and reservists are recalled to active duty with little lead time resulting in personal finances and other responsibilities being placed on he back-burner. When a member of the Guard or a reservist returns from active duty, there can be a lot of time and effort rebuilding their personal lives, including personal finances. This legislation extends a law already on the books that allows these American heroes the ability to streamline the restructuring of their finances.

I am proud that these bills will be signed into law, much as I have been honored to see other bills I have sponsored and co-sponsored be signed into law. These include bills which would designate the National George C. Marshal Museum and Library at Virginia Military Institute; establish a permanent 9/11 Victim’s Compensation Fund to aid those impacted from their service at Ground Zero; expand the jurisdictional waters for veterans impacted by Agent Orange exposure during the Vietnam War; and of course the LEGION Act which opens membership to the American Legion for all those who honorably served.

Be sure to keep up to date on my work in Congress by visiting cline.house.gov and clicking on the “Votes & Bills” tab at the top of the page. You may also visit Congress.gov to research any of the bills I have co-sponsored so far this Congress.

White House Christmas
While it may seem early to start thinking about Christmas, the White House has already begun to plan for the holiday season. The First Lady and her team are seeking volunteers to assist in their efforts, and I wanted to be sure that constituents of the Sixth District have the opportunity to participate. The White House is looking for individuals not only to help decorate the hallowed halls of the President’s home, but is also in need of greeters to welcome guests during the Holiday Open Houses. Further, the White House is hoping to find musicians, high school bands, and other holiday themed entertainers to preform throughout the Christmas season. This is an exciting opportunity, and I hope you have the chance to assist our President and be a part of history.

Individuals interested in decorating the White House or serving as a greeter at the Holiday Open Houses may apply HERE. The application will close on August 27, 2019. Please note each person must sign-up individually, as no group sign-ups will be accepted. Applicants may outline specific requests and previous, relatable work experience using the online form. Applicants will be notified by September 25, 2019.

Musicians – either individuals or groups – may apply HERE through September 10, 2019. Please note the form allows applicants to select a range of dates during the month of December. All confirmed applicants will be assigned a particular date and time for their performance. Additional requests or requirements may be outlined using the online form. Applicants will be notified by October 2, 2019.

All questions should be directed to volunteers@who.eop.gov.

It is an honor to serve you and all people of Virginia’s Sixth Congressional District. If my office can ever be of assistance in the future, please do not hesitate to contact my office at (540) 885-3861. I also encourage you to like my Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages to stay up to date on legislative initiatives and District happenings.

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Sixth District Perspectives with Congressman Ben Cline – August 10, 2019

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Tragedy and Terrorism
This week, our nation was struck by tragedy as two assailants took the lives of at least 31 people in El Paso and Dayton. We must call these events what they are – terrorism. When an individual commits heinous acts of mass violence to further a cause based in racial, religious, or political hatred, no other word fits the bill. Hate of any kind has no place in America. We must continue to call out this evil if we are to ultimately defeat it.

Over the last seven months, I have worked with my colleagues to offer realistic solutions to address the issue of violence in America. One piece of legislation I have co-sponsored is H.R. 1339, the Mass Violence Prevention Act. If passed, the legislation would address the challenges underlying repeated tragedies, including failures in law enforcement coordination and response. Further, it gives law enforcement the resources necessary to prevent and deter gun violence by prosecuting criminals for firearm-related crimes and reducing the flow of firearms into the black market. Another bill, the Threat Assessment, Prevention, and Safety Act would provide states the resources needed to establish multidisciplinary behavioral threat assessment units within law enforcement agencies to root out potential threats.

Border Visit
Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to travel to McAllen, Texas, to see for myself the conditions of migrant men, women, and children who have been detained after illegally crossing our southern border. While hundreds of these migrants are entering the U.S. at official ports of entry, many thousands more are crossing our border illegally before claiming asylum.

Some of the individuals I encountered may have been facing immediate danger from war or religious persecution, but most of them are simply seeking better lives for themselves and their families here in America. While wanting to live in America is certainly understandable, and I am happy to assist those individuals who want to apply for citizenship through our legal immigration process, it is not a reason to enter the country illegally or to be granted asylum. For these individuals, it is important that they receive quick consideration by immigration officials and are returned to their home countries as soon as possible.

While there, I was pleased to see that conditions at the Customs and Border Patrol detention and processing centers are much different than those portrayed by some of my Democratic colleagues. Families are kept together, and migrants are provided with immediate medical care, evaluated for sickness and disease, provided with hot showers, clothing, shoes, blankets, and meals. I saw children with crackers, granola bars, juice boxes, and amenities like cartoons, books, and soccer balls. The conditions in the holding facilities are not the picture some of my colleagues and the mainstream media want you to believe.

I was also pleased to visit with the brave men and women of Customs and Border Patrol. Understaffed and underfunded, the officials at CBP have a nearly impossible task. They cannot turn anyone away, and they must address the humanitarian needs of those coming into the country, but that leaves too few to actually do their primary job: patrol the border. They face dangerous surroundings with Mexican cartels just across the Rio Grande river, and they must use their limited resources to prevent drugs, gangs, and criminals engaged in human trafficking and sex trafficking from crossing the river. I was given a boat ride by CBP along the Rio Grande and saw individuals entering the river from the Mexican side. Each day, these brave CBP officers risk their lives to keep us safe here at home from the dangers coming across our border.

Mobile Office Hours
For those in need of constituent services, my staff has already begun to host August Casework Staff Mobile Office Hours. Staff members will be available to meet with citizens to assist with problems they might have with a federal agency and hear their views on current issues before Congress. Mobile office hours may be found at http://cline.house.gov/about/events and there you can locate the Casework Staff Mobile Office Hours near you. If you cannot attend a mobile office hour, my office can always be reached at (540) 857-2672.

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Sixth District Perspectives with Congressman Ben Cline – August 4, 2019

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Tuesday was a special day for veterans across America as President Donald Trump signed into law the LEGION Act. If you read this column regularly, you have heard about this important legislation which would expand American Legion eligibility to men and women who served during conflicts which were not previously classified as wars. This means veterans of conflicts ranging from Vietnam to Iraq and Afghanistan have the opportunity to join the Legion, connect with veterans, and have an organization to advocate on their behalf.

I was honored to join veterans and fellow lawmakers in the Oval Office on Tuesday when this legislation was signed into law. I co-authored this bill with Democratic Congressman Lou Correa in the House, while a bipartisan group pushed this bill through the Senate. It is an example of how we can work together to get things done.

Another example of working across the aisle occurred in the Senate this week, where the Small Business Reorganization Act passed the Senate and is now on its way to President Trump for his signature. I authored this legislation which Democratic Congressmen David Cicilline and Steve Cohen. House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Doug Collins also co-sponsored this legislation, which provides a legal avenue for businesses with less than $2.5 million in debt to file for bankruptcy in a timelier and more cost-effective manner. While in bankruptcy reorganization, a small business would be able to negotiate with creditors while keeping the doors open, employees on payroll, and suppliers and vendors paid.

The legislation works much like a provision in Chapter 12 of the bankruptcy code which helps family farms restructure while continuing to operate. I am excited that the House and Senate have both agreed with me that this option should be available to small businesses which have had a rough year but have an otherwise sound business. Another bill passed last week which I co-authored is an extension of the National Guard and Reservists Debt Relief Act, which gives guardsmen and reservists who served active duty since 9/11 a streamlined process for restructuring their debt and rebuild their financial life. I am excited for these bills to land on the president’s desk, where I expect him to sign it into law.

I am excited that we have worked this year to pass laws benefiting veterans and small business owners. At the same time, we have been hard at work on legislation which will help all Americans who are dealing with the deluge of robocalls. You and I all have experienced a robocall. Not only are they annoying, but often the calls are from fraudsters trying to cheat you out of your hard-earned money. Laws on the books right now are not only preventing the calls but as I noted in an email to Attorney General William Barr, enforcement against bad actors have collected less than $7,000 of the more than $200 million in fines issued by the FCC.

That is why I was proud to co-sponsor H.R. 3375, the Stopping Bad Robocalls Act, which passed the House last week. The bill mandates efforts to stop these calls before bad actors can hit the “Send” button, including free robocall blocking provided by phone service providers and technology to prevent spoofing (using a fake caller ID phone number). The Senate has passed similar legislation, a sign to the American people that we will not stop working on this important issue that impacts each and every one of us.

Thank you for the opportunity to work on veterans issues, small business legislation, and ways to prevent robocalls. If you have an issue that needs to be addressed legislatively, I ask you to call my Washington office at (202) 225-5431.

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Senate passes Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019; sent to President to sign

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WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA), a member of the Senate Budget Committee, issued the following statement today following the Senate passage of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019, a two-year bipartisan budget deal that would suspend the debt ceiling until July 2021:

“Today I voted to preserve the full faith and credit of the United States and steer us away from another harmful government shutdown in the fall. By suspending the debt ceiling for two years, the bipartisan budget agreement guarantees that the United States will continue to pay our bills, while also preventing harmful sequester cuts that would hurt our military and jeopardize important programs that serve our veterans, prepare our children for the future, and rebuild our crumbling roads and bridges.

“Even with this deal, overall spending on education, research and development, homeland security, and other important investments will still be near historic lows as a percent of the economy. Our nation’s long-term fiscal challenges are real, but they are primarily due to declining tax revenue and a failure to reform our mandatory spending programs. It is disappointing that congressional and White House negotiators chose to pay for only a fraction of this deal, with fee increases and cuts to spending, when there are more sustainable and equitable ways we could have paid for this must-pass legislation. We should be asking large corporations and the wealthiest among us to contribute more—not putting $2 trillion in tax breaks that disproportionately benefit them on the nation’s credit cards. I continue to believe that we must do more to strengthen our nation’s balance sheet, so it is strong enough to sustain continued economic growth for the long term, and I urge my colleagues from both parties to more seriously address our financial challenges in the future.”

The legislation, which passed the House of Representatives on July 25 by a vote of 284 – 149, now heads to the President’s desk for approval.

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President Trump signs Cline’s LEGION Act into law

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Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian

WASHINGTON – President Donald J. Trump signed the LEGION Act into law Tuesday, July 30. Congressman Ben Cline, who co-authored the bipartisan House bill with Congressman Lou Correa (CA-46), attended the bill signing at the White House. The legislation, which would expand American Legion membership criteria to include all honorably discharged veterans who served during unrecognized times of war, was also co-sponsored by Congressman Gil Cisneros (CA-39).

“This is a momentous occasion for all veterans who have honorably served in the United States Armed Forces,” Cline said. “I thank President Trump for signing the LEGION Act into law and expanding the reach of the American Legion to even more of our nation’s heroes. This is the type of bipartisan work I am proud to do in Congress. I will continue to join with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to best serve the people of Virginia’s Sixth Congressional District as we tackle the challenges facing our nation.”

Cline and Correa’s House version of the bill had 108 co-sponsors from both parties.

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Sixth District Perspectives with Congressman Ben Cline: July 27, 2019

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A Bad Budget Deal
This week, it was announced that House Democrats and the Administration had joined together to work out a budget deal for the next two years. Unfortunately, it was not a deal that I could support. With record annual deficits of over $1 trillion, federal spending levels are out of control. Now is not the time to add to this fiscal crisis by busting through spending caps and adding to our $22 trillion national debt, which equals $65,000 for every man, woman and child in America.

When I ran for office last fall, I pledged to work hard to bring our fiscal house in order. Therefore, I voted against the budget agreement considered by the House on Thursday. If we are to truly control spending, balance our budget, and pay down the national debt, I hope all parties will join together and work toward an agreement that will address our national financial crisis in a meaningful way.

Mueller Testimony

Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller made his long-awaited appearance in the House Judiciary Committee this week to answer questions about his inquiry into foreign interference in the 2016 presidential election. As we already knew from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, foreign adversaries interfered with the 2016 presidential election. We must take action to prevent this from occurring in the future.

Also, Mr. Mueller restated his conclusion in Volume I that President Trump did not conspire with Russia to win the presidency. My questions focused on his creative interpretation of the obstruction of justice statute on which he based his conclusions in Volume II. Over the course of his testimony, Mr. Mueller did not provide the Committee with any new information. Therefore, I believe it is time for Congress to move on to addressing the critical issues facing this country – improving infrastructure and the surging economy, securing our southern border, fixing our broken healthcare system, and preventing future attempts to interfere with our elections.

Legislative Update
The House floor was busy this week considering several bipartisan bills I have introduced. One helps our nation’s veterans, while another assists our small business owners.

H.R. 3311, the Small Business Reorganization Act, would simplify the process for small businesses to use bankruptcy as a means of reorganization. Under the Small Business Reorganization Act, businesses with less than $2.5 million in debt would be able to file for bankruptcy in a timelier and more cost-effective manner. While in bankruptcy reorganization, a small business would be able to negotiate with creditors while keeping the doors open, employees on payroll, and suppliers and vendors paid.

Reorganization preserves jobs, investments and valuable contributors to our economy, but the terms of Chapter 11 have been poorly suited to allow small businesses and their creditors to take full advantage of the relief it promises. To solve this problem, the Small Business Reorganization Act takes the provisions of Chapter 12, which help small family farmers to reorganize their farming enterprises when needed, as a model for small businesses. This bill promises to make our laws work better for the entrepreneurs whose small businesses are critical to life in communities across our nation.

The LEGION Act also passed the floor this week. I introduced the bipartisan House version of the bill, along with Congressman Lou Correa (CA-46), on March 8. The legislation, which would expand American Legion membership criteria to include all honorably discharged veterans who served during unrecognized times of war, was also co-sponsored by Congressman Gil Cisneros (CA-39).

I was proud to help lead the effort to pass this bipartisan legislation, which does the right thing for those military members who honorably served and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice during unrecognized periods of conflict. I look forward to the President signing this bill soon. Congressmen Correa and Cisneros, along with Senators Sinema and Tillis, believe we should recognize the honorable military service of those who served during unrecognized periods of war. Opening membership of the American Legion to our heroes who have served in conflicts from Vietnam to Iraq and Afghanistan is the right thing to do.

Thank you for the privilege to represent you in Congress and to work on important legislation like the bi-partisan bills passed this week. Please connect with me on Facebook.com/RepBenCline and Twitter.com/RepBenCline to stay up to date with the latest from Washington and the Sixth Congressional District.

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