Hawley to Introduce Bill to Move Federal Agencies out of Washington D.C. to Economically Stagnant Areas | National Review
Days after squaring off online against "elitist" critics of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue's relocation of agency jobs, Senator Josh Hawley (R., Mo.) will introduce legislation on Wednesday that would move the majority of the federal bureaucracy out of Washington D.C. to economically depressed areas, according to a summary of the bill provided to National Review.
Thursday, October 24, 2019
Show-Me Analysis Of Missouri Senator Hawley's Plan To Move More Federal Agencies Out Of The Beltway
Conservative breakdown and just a bit of tacit support from this right-wing mag . . . Meanwhile, a refocus on the Midwest was welcomed even if dunking on LeBron in Hong Kong is more exciting than Heartland concerns. Checkit: