John Mica

“One could create some line of argument that the economy would be much, much stronger without the ACA, but that really seems
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"We could put some vegetation barriers, simple things like, how about Spanish bayonet?" Mica said, referring to a prickly
Rep. John Mica (R-Fla.) suggested to the Secret Service that they might want to consider home security systems like ADT to detect broken windows from bullets and other intrusions.
On Thursday, Mica defended his decision to bring a fake joint as a prop during a previous hearing in May, in which he protested
There was a noticeable change this week. Republicans as a whole seem to be pivoting away from their stated singular campaign theme of "Obamacare is the root of all the country's problems."
Mica started out the hearing on the defensive, arguing that Congress had the right to examine the laws of the District of
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Asked about the District's decriminalization of marijuana earlier this month, Attorney General Eric Holder told The Huffington
It is a marked change in tone for the agency's leaders. Former Chairwoman Ellen Weintraub, a Democrat, and Vice Chairman
WASHINGTON -- On the same day the government reported that only 106,185 people have enrolled in Obamacare so far, federal
When asked if District leaders were children, he replied, "No, but they have matured. We just don't want regression." Rep
WASHINGTON -- An increasingly nasty Republican primary in central Florida between Representative Sandy Adams and Representative
At a Congressional hearing this Wednesday, Representatives Jeff Denham, a Republican from Texas, and John Mica, a Republican
Rep. John Mica is sounding the alarm bells about "another TSA meltdown."
The investigative report was produced by the Republican staff of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, chaired
Hawley, who helped set up the TSA after the 9/11 attacks, ran the agency from July 2005 until the end of the Bush administration