Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R-MO) released the following statement after President Joe Biden signed into law her VOCA (Victims of Crime Act) Fix to Sustain the Crime Victims Fund Act:
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R-MO) released the following statement after the United States Senate passed the VOCA (Victims of Crime Act) Fix to Sustain the Crime Victims Fund Act, her legislation that will prevent catastrophic cuts to already diminished federal grants supporting services for victims of serious crimes.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R-MO), alongside U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Reps. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO), David Trone (D-MD), and Cori Bush (D-MO) sent a letter to the Chair of the Board of the National Baseball Hall of Fame urging the induction of All-Star baseball player Curt Flood into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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U.S. Reps. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) and Ann Wagner (R-MO) support making paid family leave a reality in America.
During a Dec. 12 bipartisan panel discussion on paid family leave during last week’s White House Child Care and Paid Leave Summit, the lawmakers outlined their stances for finding common-sense solutions to expand access to child care and paid leave for new parents.
The U.S. House has passed the long-awaited trade deal with Canada and Mexico. The state’s Republican House members, along with Kansas City Democrat Emanuel Cleaver, voted for the agreement and St. Louis Democrat Lacy Clay opposed it. On the House floor, eastern Missouri Republican Ann Wagner gives some love to the St. Louis area for its work in the future of agriculture.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and U.S. Congresswoman Ann Wagner teamed up to request assurance a federal program that provides resources to state and local agencies for the handling of rape kits is reauthorized.
The Republican Party’s representation in our nation’s suburbs has changed in recent times, but each of us proudly represents suburban areas in diverse states and have seen how our party can best advocate for policies that help suburban Americans.
After months of fighting for its reauthorization, Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner praised the U.S. House for finally putting the Debbie Smith Act — a federal program that provides resources and grants to state and local agencies to tackle rape kits — to a vote Wednesday evening.
Congresswoman Wagner joined Neil Cavuto on Fox Business to discuss what the President will say to the American people during his final State of the Union address.
I thank the gentleman for yielding and for all the work that he has done to protect life and religious freedom.
Mr. Speaker, I rise today to express my strong disapproval of religious discrimination by the D.C. local government.