Mark Meadows

Mark Meadows

NORTH CAROLINA's 11th DISTRICT

Meadows, Walker: The Fight to End Trafficking Takes a Crucial Step Forward

2015/05/19

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Tuesday, the House passed the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act (S.178), a sweeping piece of legislation aimed at combating human trafficking in the United States.

Included in the bill is the language of the Human Trafficking Detection Act of 2015 (H.R. 460), originally introduced by Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) in the 113th Congress and championed by Congressman Mark Walker (R-NC) in the 114th. Meadows and Walker released the following statement on the bill’s passage:

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Rep. Meadows' Statement on Duke Energy's Investment in Asheville Plant

2015/05/19

Rep. Meadows' Statement on Duke Energy's Investment in Asheville Plant

Washington, D.C.— Duke Energy announced its plans on Tuesday to invest $1.1 billion to retire the Asheville coal plant and build a new state-of-the-art natural gas plant and solar installation in its place. The 376-megawatt Asheville coal plant will be retired over the next four to five years and replaced with a 650-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant, and solar installation. Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) praised Duke Energy’s investment in Asheville:

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Politico: Conservatives fear GOP won't push to repeal Obamacare

2015/05/18

Many House conservatives backed the budget last month and spared GOP leaders another showdown with their right flank for one big reason: They were under the impression the spending blueprint would help them — finally — get an Obamacare repeal to the president’s desk.

Now they’re concerned that Speaker John Boehner and company have other plans.

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Federal News Radio: Lawmaker launches email tip line for frustrated feds

2015/05/18

One lawmaker is giving federal employees a chance to complain about their workplace by creating a new, anonymous email.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., chairman of the subcommittee on government operations in the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, established tellmark@mail.house.gov so federal employees would have an anonymous way to express concerns about their workplace.

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Washington Post: We don't have heat shields around our airspace

2015/05/18

“What’s a gyrocopter?” Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he asked when he learned that one of those ultralight contraptions landed undetected by radar Wednesday on the West Lawn of the Capitol.

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Fox News: DHS worst place to work again among government agencies

2015/05/18

If the latest federal workforce employee survey is any measure, the Department of Homeland Security is the worst office Uncle Sam runs, and and its Customs and Immigration Enforcement agency is its least desirable post.  

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Mark's Weekly Update

2015/05/17

Supporting Legislation to Impose Tough Sanctions on Hezbollah Terrorists

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House Passes Hezbollah Sanctions Legislation

2015/05/14

Washington, D.C.— On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Hezbollah International Financing Prevention Act of 2015, H.R. 2297, a landmark piece of legislation that targets the terrorist organization’s foreign assets and global criminal operations with stiff sanctions.

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Meadows' Statement on Passage of Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

2015/05/13

Washington, D.C. — On Wednesday the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act of 2015, H.R. 36, which bans abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) released the following statement on its passage:

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Mark's Weekly Update

2015/05/10

 Observing the National Day of Prayer

Last Thursday marked the National Day of Prayer, an annual observance that takes place on the first Thursday of May. The National Day of Prayer was established in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress that was then signed into law by President Harry Truman, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation.

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Contact Information

1516 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-6401
Fax 202-226-6422
meadows.house.gov

After working as a small business owner for 27 years, Representative Mark Meadows brings a business-style approach to Washington, D.C.

From owning and selling a successful restaurant to building a development company, Mark understands what the 63.7 million people in the United States who are self-employed or work for small businesses need to grow their businesses.  He believes real job creation comes from the private sector, not the federal government.  Mark recognizes that regulations are stifling job growth in this country and without a budget to set spending priorities, our federal government will continue to spend beyond its means.

While serving on the Committees on Oversight and Government Reform, Foreign Affairs, and Transportation and Infrastructure, Mark will hold the government accountable, protect American citizens and interests abroad, and ensure we have a modern transportation network which meets the needs of Western North Carolina and our country as a whole.

He is dedicated to providing top-notch constituent services to North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District and committed to upholding his Christian values and conservative principles while serving in Congress.

Mark lives in Jackson County with his wife Debbie. They have two college-age children, Blake and Haley.


Serving With

Renee Ellmers

NORTH CAROLINA's 2nd DISTRICT

Walter Jones

NORTH CAROLINA's 3rd DISTRICT

Virginia Foxx

NORTH CAROLINA's 5th DISTRICT

Mark Walker

NORTH CAROLINA's 6th DISTRICT

David Rouzer

NORTH CAROLINA's 7th DISTRICT

Richard Hudson

NORTH CAROLINA's 8th DISTRICT

Robert Pittenger

NORTH CAROLINA's 9th DISTRICT

Patrick McHenry

NORTH CAROLINA's 10th DISTRICT

George Holding

NORTH CAROLINA's 13th DISTRICT

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