WASHINGTON – Congressman Kelly Armstrong has issued the following statement on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia’s order that the Dakota Access Pipeline be shut down by August 5:
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.
On this week of Meet the Press: College Roundtable, Rep. Katie Porter (D-Calif.) and Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R-N.D.) are joined by college students Ellen Burstein, Tyreye Morris, and Moss Brennan.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Kelly Armstrong (R, N.D.) released the following statement today on his vote against the House Democrats’ $3 trillion partisan wishlist (H.R. 6800) today:
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer and Representative Kelly Armstrong issued the following statement today on the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) preempting Washington State’s crude-by-rail law:
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North Dakota’s congressional delegation commented on Tuesday on the House Democrats’ unveiling of articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
“They are impeaching President Trump on charges they can’t prove, in the fastest impeachment proceeding in modern history, and without the Judiciary Committee hearing from a single fact witness,” said Congressman Kelly Armstrong.
BISMARCK, N.D. - House Democrats announced a modified U.S., Mexico, Canada trade agreement Tuesday morning.
House Democrats and the Trump administration have been working on the agreement for more than a year.
New provisions outlined in the agreement, benefits North Dakota's oil and agriculture industries.
A new agreement that made key changes to a 1994 deal.
WASHINGTON (KFGO) - North Dakota Republican Congressman Kelly Armstrong says the two articles of impeachment filed against President Trump are "incredibly flawed."
Trump is charged with abuse of power and obstruction of congress. The charges stem from Trump's alleged pressure on Ukraine to announce investigations of his political rivals.
WASHINGTON - Congressman Kelly Armstrong discussed the future of the impeachment inquiry on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal" program today. Watch the interview below:
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D., slammed impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at the House Judiciary Committee's first hearing on the matter.
House Democrats argued at the hearing that Trump committed an impeachable offense by engaging in a "quid pro quo" during a July phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Representative Kelly Armstrong visited students at Dickinson High School, Tuesday, for an open forum in which he discussed social media, vaping and other youth issues.
He talked to students about how social media uses their information.