Rep. Joe Morelle speaks on Texas v. U.S. lawsuit that seeks to undo much of the progress made under the Affordable Care Act and the action the House of Representatives took up to protect Americans' right to access healthcare services.
In his first meeting as a member of the Committee on Rules, Rep. Joe Morelle speaks on the legacy of Louise Slaughter, the only woman to serve as chair of the historic committee and his predecessor as the representative for New York's 25th Congressional District
Rep. Joe Morelle speaks on the passing of Connie Mitchell, the first African-American elected to office in Monroe County, earning a place on the Board of Supervisors, now known as the Monroe County Legislature.
Rep. Joe Morelle spoke on the floor of the House of Representatives to voice his opposition to a federal government shutdown. Rep. Morelle called on his colleagues for bipartisan support to keep the government funded.