Dec 18 2013
Passes Senate 64-36 and will now go to President Obama
Lorcan Connick (202) 224-5972 or Kevin Bishop (864) 250-1417
I find it ironic that a few years ago the Senate was forced to stay in Washington and vote on Obamacare on Christmas Eve. Yet now we won't stay a few extra days to fix this injustice to our military retirees.
Dec 17 2013
Lorcan Connick (202) 224-5972WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), and Roger Wicker (R-MS), members of the Senate Armed Services and Budget Committees, today urged their Senate colleagues to find alternative savings to replace a provision in the budget agreement that cuts retirement benefits for current and future military retirees by approximately $6 billion.
Dec 13 2013
Kevin Bishop (864) 250-1417WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) today said he would vote against the budget agreement when it comes to the Senate floor.
Dec 13 2013
Kevin Bishop (864) 250-1417WASHNGTON -- U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott, along with 5th District Congressman Mick Mulvaney, today made this statement on the Nativity scene at Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter, South Carolina.
Dec 09 2013
Kevin Bishop (864) 250-1417WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) will enroll in Obamacare's South Carolina health care exchange and forego the special taxpayer subsidy available to Members of Congress.
Nov 22 2013
Kevin Bishop, 864-250-1417WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) today made this statement on Senate Democrats vote to change the rules of the Senate.
Nov 20 2013
Kevin Bishop, (864) 250-1417WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) today made this statement on the Obama Administration call for South Carolina to expand Medicaid eligibility under Obamacare.
Nov 19 2013
Lorcan Connick, 202-224-5972
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham, Charles E. Schumer, Robert Menendez, John McCain, Bob Casey and Susan Collins wrote to Secretary of State John Kerry, expressing their support for negotiations but cautioning the Administration against accepting a deal with Iran that would roll back economic sanctions without also rolling back progress towards nuclear weapons capability. According to media reports, Administration negotiators have considered accepting an agreement that would provide relief for the Iranian regime from the debilitating economic sanctions while only requiring the Iranians to halt their work towards a nuclear weapon, rather than undoing the progress they have already made.