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U.S. Representative Massie Signs on to Industrial Hemp Bill

“Industrial hemp is a sustainable crop and could be a great economic opportunity for Kentucky farmers” WASHINGTON – Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) has signed on to co-sponsor federal legislation that requires the federal government to respect state laws allowing the growing of industrial hemp. H.R. 1831, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act, amends the Controlled Substances Act […]

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Cincinnati Enquirer endorses: Thomas Massie’s ideas surpass tea party roots

See below yesterday’s article endorsing Thomas Massie from the Cincinnati Enquirer. “We think Washington could use his business smarts, his tendency to innovate, his drive to uncover waste and his leadership. We recommend Massie for Congress in Kentucky’s 4th District.” Thomas Massie’s ideas surpass tea party roots October 23, 2012 cincinnati.com It’s tempting to view […]

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Thomas Massie Campaign to Host Super Saturday Event Across 4th District

FLORENCE, Kentucky –  The Thomas Massie For Congress campaign will kick off its series of “Super Saturday” events this Saturday September 29th, leading up to the November 6th election.  Across the district, volunteers will talk to voters by phone and in person, in an effort to boost election-day turnout. “With only a few weeks to […]

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Massie Comments on National Debt Reaching $16 Trillion

“Everyone acknowledges the urgency of the crisis we face, but instead of doing what needs to be done … what we get from Washington is an astounding lack of leadership” FLORENCE, Kentucky – Today, Republican nominee for Kentucky’s 4th Congressional district, Thomas Massie, released the following statement regarding America’s national debt surpassing the $16 trillion-dollar […]

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Lewis Judge-Executive Files For Congressional Seat

VANCEBURG — Lewis County Judge-Executive Thomas Massie announced Monday morning he planned to file paperwork with the Secretary of State’s Office that day to become a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives for the 4th District of Kentucky. Massie said he is motivated to seek the seat because he believes Congress “is broken. We […]

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