Tomorrow we will celebrate the 4th of July holiday. On this day in 1776, America declared its independence from Great Britain. I hope you all remain safe and healthy this weekend, and have a happy 4th of July.
I am excited to be back in Washington this week representing you and the 5th District.
Washington, D.C.— Congressman Denver Riggleman released the following statement today following reports that the Russian government offered bounties for the killing of American service members:
WASHINGTON D.C. - Congressman Denver Riggleman announced the winner of the 2020 Congressional Art Competition for Virginia’s 5th District today. Park View High School junior, Isabella Raneri, placed first for her acrylic piece, “ASAP Rocky With City Skyline”.
Washington D.C.— Congressman Denver Riggleman gave a speech on the floor of the House of Representatives today in strong opposition to H.R. 5332 and in defense of consumer protections. The “Protecting Your Credit Score Act of 2019” would create a database compiling the three major credit reporting agencies and would put consumer data at risk.
I am excited to be back in Washington working to find solutions to the difficult issues facing our nation.
These are difficult times. George Floyd’s family deserves justice and Congress needs to do its part. That’s why I am calling on Speaker Pelosi and asking her to bring Congress back into session.
Washington D.C.–During a House Financial Services Virtual Subcommittee hearing today, Congressman Denver Riggleman questioned witnesses on how Congress can better serve businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The virtual hearing, entitled Promoting Inclusive Lending During the Pandemic: Community Development Financial Institutions and Minority Depository Institutions, featured a wide ranging
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Though Rep. Denver Riggleman may be new to public office, he said it was his goal to hit the ground running.
Congressional Republicans claimed victory Sunday that a letter from Attorney General William Barr summarizing the special counsel investigation ended the debate about whether Donald Trump’s campaign knowingly colluded with the Russian government.
WASHINGTON — The conclusions of the long-awaited report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller have Republicans declaring victory for President Trump, as Democrats demand more answers and pledge further investigations.
ROSEMONT, Ill., Feb. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- All private group and individual health insurance plans would be required to cover medically necessary services resulting from birth defects under bipartisan federal legislation introduced Tuesday in both the House and Senate.
Watch here: Congressman Denver Riggleman spoke on the anti-Semitism resolution in the House and the resolution proposing term limits for members of Congress
Congressman Riggleman spoke with Rob Schilling on his radio show on WINA on Monday.
CROZET, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A Crozet family's experience with their son's rare condition is inspiring change to close insurance coverage gaps for medical procedures for kids with congenital anomalies.