In the News
Chairman Miller participated in a Women’s History Month forum hosted by the Library of Congress. During the forum, Miller discussed her personal experiences that led her into public service, as well as their experiences serving in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Chairman Miller and Ranking Member Brady issued the following statement on the Capitol Police Board’s selection of Matthew R. Verderosa as the new Chief of the U.S. Capitol Police
Chairman Miller and Joint Committee on the Library Vice-Chairman Harper on the White House's pick to serve as the next Librarian
Chairman Miller & Ranking Member Brady issued the following statement marking the 100,000th American war veterans’ collection archived in the Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project
Chairman Miller issued the following statement on the passing of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Vernon J. Alston, who died Saturday, January 23, 2016 while off duty
This measure directs the Architect of the Capitol to obtain a chair featuring the logo of the National League of POW/MIA Families and have it placed on display in the U.S. Capitol.
These changes were the result of a review of the regulations that govern expenditures from the Members’ Representational Allowance.
U.S. District Court grants the U.S. House of Representatives standing to purse litigation against President’s unilateral transfer of funds without required congressional appropriations