Washington, D.C.—Today, Congressman Michael Cloud (TX-27) announced his office will be participating in the Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project.
The Veterans History Project collects, preserves, and makes accessible the firsthand accounts of American wartime veterans so that future generations may learn about veterans’ experiences in their own words to better understand the realities of war.
American war veterans who reside in the 27th Congressional District are encouraged to register to be interviewed for the Veterans History Project.
After an interview is completed, it is archived with the Library of Congress and made available for all citizens to watch and cherish the sacrifices of these courageous servicemen and women.
Cloud and Comer: Cartels Using Rainbow Fentanyl To Target U.S. Children
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Congressman Cloud’s DIVEST Act a Solution for Executive Branch Insider Trading
WASHINGTON, DC—Today, the front page of this morning’s Wall Street Journal featured an investigative article revealing that thousands of senior executive branch employees owned stocks in companies directly affected by those agencies’ actions. The findings implicate senior federal officials at notorious agencies including EPA, Treasury, IRS, and HHS. Among the Journal’s findings: • More than […]