President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen pled guilty to lying to Congress, notes Tennessee Congressman Mark Green, Republican member of the House Oversight Committee.
House Resolution 1 should really be called the ‘Fill the Swamp Act.’ This crooked piece of legislation would mandate a colossal takeover of the state election process to empower big government liberals and corporate interests. So, of course, Democrats are trying to force it through.
Reps. Mark Green (R-Tenn.) and Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), who are both Army veterans, have introduced the Protecting Gold Star Spouses Act of 2019. MOAA supports the bipartisan bill, H.R. 847, which would ensure the benefit continues during any lapse in funds for the Department of Homeland Security that would normally derail the payments.
Rep. Green on suspension of Cold War-era nuclear treaty: Putin's reaction proves Trump is tough on Russia
The U.S. announces intention to withdraw from nuclear arms treaty with Russia, accuses Moscow of violations that void agreement; reaction from Tennessee Congressman Mark Green, a Republican member of the House Homeland Security and Oversight Committees.
Tennessee Republican Rep. Mark Green says that the Democrats are the ones who will not come to the table to negotiate a border security deal.
The U.S. needs to protect the Kurds and prevent the resurgence of ISIS while maintaining relationships with NATO allies, says Tennessee Congressman Mark Green, veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan.
U.S. Rep.-elect Mark Green of Clarksville has been selected as the 2018 Leaf-Chronicle Person of the Year.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Congressman-elect Mark Green (R-Tenn.) was unanimously elected President of the Republican Freshman Class last night. 30 Members-elect for the 116th Congress selected Green to lead the class.
WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) —
New members of the 116th Congress arrived in Washington Tuesday with a large, diverse group of freshman Democrats eager to retake the majority in the House of Representatives.
FRANKLIN — In the race for Marsha Blackburn's open congressional seat, Republican state Sen. Mark Green will become one of Tennessee's newest congressmen.