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Congressman Lloyd Doggett

Representing the 35th District of Texas


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  • Rep. Doggett Discusses the Release of Republican Memo

    Congressman Doggett sat down with Spectrum News Austin to discuss the implications of the release of the once classified Republican-drafted memo.
  • Rep: Doggett: "Never Give Up, Never Give In"

    Following President Trump's State of the Union, we will push forward to hold him accountable. I'd like to take a moment to thank you for your advocacy, determination, and faith and to urge you to continue keeping the faith throughout the year.
  • The 2018 MLK March & Rep. Doggett

    Following the 2018 MLK March in San Antonio, Congressman Doggett visited with the brothers of Omega Psi Phi, including Basileus Jimmie McMillion and former Basileus E.J. Moore.
  • PBS Newshour: Who really benefits from GOP’s tax overhaul is battle point as House passes its bill

    On PBS Newshour, I discussed the mountain of debt that the Republican tax bill would create to benefit those already atop the economic ladder. We ought to be closing tax loopholes for multinationals corporations, not making it easier to outsource jobs.
  • Austin American-Statesman: In tax reform fight, Austin’s U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett to play key role

    Will this be Lloyd Doggett’s moment? After years of relative obscurity, the Democratic congressman from Austin is about to have the spotlight shining on him — and the issues he cares about. With the signature tax reform bill of President Donald Trump and the GOP ready for a marathon session starting Monday in the House Ways and Means Committee, Doggett, a senior member of the panel, is ready for action.

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March 23, 2018
WASHINGTON — Congress approved a mammoth, $1.3 trillion spending bill Thursday without adding relief for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants, but denied President Donald Trump all the money and authority he wanted for a wall along the Southwest border.