WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Kelly Armstrong (R-ND) along with House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), House Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) and 83 Republicans introduced the Keystone XL Pipeline Construction and Jobs Preservation Act.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Kelly Armstrong (R-ND) released the following statement condemning President Biden’s one-year moratorium on energy leasing on federal lands.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Kelly Armstrong (R-ND) wrote a letter to congressional leadership calling for an immediate investigation after National Guard troops securing the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., were ordered out of the building and to rest in an active parking garage. Find the full letter below.
WASHINGTON - Congressman Kelly Armstrong (R-ND) joined more than 30 members of the House Energy Action Team (HEAT) to strongly condemn the Biden Administration's 60-day moratorium on issuing oil and gas leases on federal lands and waters.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Kelly Armstrong (R-ND) released the following statement on President Biden’s first executive orders, which hurt agriculture and energy producing states like North Dakota.
WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, the House Republican Steering Committee nominated North Dakota's Congressman Kelly Armstrong to serve on the House Energy and Commerce (E&C) Committee.
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MANDAN, N.D. (KFYR) - A new lineworker training facility is coming to Mandan.
The federal government awarded a $4 million grant to the North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives.
Forty-six states got a letter from the United States Postal Service — North Dakota among them — warning that the agency cannot guarantee the delivery of all ballots on time for the November general election.
The warning was based on the election laws and timelines for the states — but the situation is not a new concern, Rep. Kelly Armstrong said.
It currently seems like there’s more interest in messaging than legislating, U.S. Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D., said.
Geofence warrants are facing legal challenges across the US, and on Wednesday, a member of Congress questioned Google about the increasingly-popular police surveillance method.
North Dakota’s congressional delegates in Washington say a federal judge’s order to shut down the Dakota Access pipeline by August 5th is “terrible,” “a win for radical environmentalists,” and one that will “severely impact our state’s economy.”
In statements released Monday morning, the three Republicans signaled their disappointment with Judge James Boasberg’s order.