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Washington D.C. – Congresswoman Carol Miller (R-WV) introduced legislation today, to honor Medal of Honor recipients and veterans from World War II. This concurrent resolution, H. Con. Res. 10, states that the last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II will lie in honor in the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol.
Washington D.C. – Congresswoman Carol Miller (R-WV) released the following statement shortly after President Trump announced a deal that re-opens the federal government:
Washington D.C. – Congresswoman Carol Miller (R-WV) has been selected to join the House Committee on Oversight and Reform for the 116th Congress. Miller will play an important role in ensuring honesty and transparency as well as holding government accountable.
“Eliminating waste, fraud, and abuse must be the crucial role of our Oversight and Reform Committee. We will hold everyone serving the taxpayers to the highest standard of integrity,” stated Miller. “Thank you, Ranking Member Jordan, for the opportunity, and I look forward to working together.”
Washington D.C. – Congresswoman Carol Miller has been selected to join the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee in the 116th Congress. As the only West Virginian on the committee, Miller will be vital in improving West Virginia’s roads, highways, bridges, and railways.
Washington D.C. - Congresswoman Carol Miller has accepted Republican Whip Steve Scalise’s invitation to join the House Republican Whip Team, where she will serve as an Assistant Whip during the 116h Congress. Miller brings her years of state legislative leadership experience to the Whip Team, previously serving as the first female Majority Whip in the West Virginia House of Delegates, where she worked to pass conservative legislation that created jobs, grew the economy, and strengthened the energy industry.
Washington D.C. – Following President Trump’s Oval Office address, Congresswoman Carol Miller (WV3) hailed President Trump’s steadfast resolution to build a wall on the United States’ border with Mexico. Miller issued the following statement: