Minnesota Congressman John Kline’s legislation that would protect veterans from erroneous and untimely billing practices by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is going to be reviewed by the VA Health Subcommittee in a congressional hearing on Tuesday, Nov. 17.
Minnesota Congressman John Kline helped champion the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Reauthorization Act, which passed Wednesday, Oct. 21 in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Minnesota Congressman John Kline issued the following statement today after supporting the National Defense Authorization Act (S. 1356), bipartisan legislation which serves as the budgetary blueprint for the Pentagon.
Congressman John Kline was presented with the Charles Dick Medal of Merit award in front of members of the Minnesota National Guard this morning at the Rosemount Armory. Kline received the award for championing efforts in Congress on behalf of men and women in the National Guard.
As a career Marine Corps Officer now serving on the House Armed Services Committee, John Kline appreciates the difficulties and complexities of the service academy application process. Members of his staff will make every effort to help interested students and their families understand the process of pursuing a nomination.
In case you missed it, John Kline announced recently that he will not be seeking re-election in November, 2016. After a memorable 25-year career in the U.S. Marine Corps and almost 13 years in Congress, serving our great nation has been an honor and a privilege. But he wants his constituents to know he looks forward to dutifully and nobly serving through December, 2016.
Demanding Accountability at the VA: Our Veterans Protected Our Nation and Deserve a Government that Fulfills the Promise of Quality Care
Your elected officials in the White House and Congress are expected to keep the public’s trust and meet our commitments – especially to those who have sacrificed for our nation. We must work tirelessly to change the culture of bungled bureaucracy and mismanagement at the VA, and restore faith that our veterans will receive the health care they deserve.
The Student Success Act (H.R. 5), championed by John Kline to replace No Child Left Behind, would reduce the federal footprint in our schools, restore local control, and empower parents and education leaders in our communities.
Kline Discusses ESEA Reform on WCCO with Chad Hartman
Congressman John Kline spoke with Chad Hartman on WCCO about K-12 education reform on January 27, 2015.
Kline Response to the President's State of the Union
Listen to Congressman Kline's Reponse to the State of the Union on WCCO with Dave Lee.
John Kline Urges Passage of Youth Trafficking Legislation
The proposals would enhance existing aid for runaway and homeless youth and improve identification and assessment of child sex trafficking victims.
John Kline Helps Lead a Hearing to Exam Efforts to Protect Our Youth
John Kline helped lead a hearing to to examine the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's ongoing work and implementation of recent legislative changes.