WASHINGTON – Rep. John Ratcliffe’s (R-Texas) legislation to fight crime using digital evidence led to the prosecution of dozens of child exploitation cases throughout Northeast Texas since it was signed into law by President Donald Trump last year. “I’m incredibly grateful that my new law allows law enforcement officers in Northeast Texas to better leverage […]
WASHINGTON – Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) invited high school sophomores and juniors in Texas’ 4th District today to apply for the 2018-2019 Congressional Student Leadership Program (CSLP). This marks the third year of the program. “I launched the CSLP to give young folks an opportunity to learn about the role of the federal government and […]
WASHINGTON – Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) announced today the 2018 Rising Lone Star winners from Bowie County. The recipients included Timothy Brown and Corey Cox from Liberty Eylau High School; Brandy Nicole Swink and Joe Sanders Hendrix from Redwater High School; Emily Jennings and Gage Jones from Maud High School; and Philip Moore and Madison […]
Officials discussed how to enhance response strategies in Northeast Texas Paris, TX– The Office of Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) hosted the first-ever Emergency Management Summit this week to help emergency management professionals in Texas’ 4th District prepare for major weather disasters requiring federal assistance. Local emergency managers and county fire marshals from across all 18 counties […]
Empowers State and Local Law Enforcement Officials to Combat Cyber-Crime
“President Obama is hijacking our military funding in an attempt to get more funding for the IRS and EPA.”
On Tuesday, Rep. John Ratcliffe led 23 members of Congress in introducing legislation to block EPA regulations that would drive up energy costs for American families.
U.S. Representative John Ratcliffe released the following statement following the announcement that John Boehner will resign as Speaker of the House.
Rep. John Ratcliffe (TX-04) voted on several pieces of legislation to show formal opposition to the administration’s nuclear deal with Iran.
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