I put together a fact sheet that shows how cuts to the state budget could impact Oklahoma's federal Medicaid funding.
If you are having trouble with Medicare, Social Security, or need help navigating a federal agency, please call my district office in Muskogee or McAlester. Fill out a privacy release, so one of my team members can look into your case and see what can be done to help.
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The United States government works on a different calendar than most of the country. We work off of a fiscal year (FY) that starts on October 1st and runs until September 30th. During the current FY, we work to appropriate the funds for the next year. If Congress is unable to pass a budget before the end of the FY, then the federal government shuts down like we saw in 2014.
People across the Second District are receiving calls from someone claiming to be with the Internal Revenue Service, or IRS. These people claim that you owe a large amount of money, and if you do not make a payment to them, you will be arrested. They are very forceful and sometimes rude during these calls, trying to intimidate people into paying them. They can be very believable, speaking wi
WASHINGTON— Congressman Markwayne Mullin released the following statement in remembrance of the fifteenth anniversary of September 11.
WASHINGTON— The U.S. House of Representatives voted unanimously on Monday afternoon to pass the Native American Tourism and Improving Visitor Experience (NATIVE) Act (S. 1579). Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) released the following after passage of the bill, which allows tribal communities to be included in federal agencies’ tourism management programs.
Congress is back in session now after the district work period. I had the opportunity to do a lot of traveling around Eastern Oklahoma, and I met with a lot of people to hear about issues that are affecting their lives. I even got the chance to serve people at the drive thru window at the Vinita McDonalds.