Rep. Sharice Davids Helps Secure Federal Funding for Local Health Center in Wyandotte CountyRep. Sharice Davids helped secure $650,000 in federal funding for Vibrant Health, a group of local health clinics in Wyandotte County, to increase access to affordable and quality health care services in the area.
Rep. Sharice Davids Leads Freshman Colleagues in Urging House Committee Chairs to be Fiscally ResponsibleRep. Sharice Davids (KS-03) led a group of her House freshman colleagues in urging Committee Chairs to recommit to fiscal responsibility and abide by Congressional Pay-As-You-Go (PAYGO) budget rules, which help ensure that the deficit does not grow.
Rep. Sharice Davids introduced the SERV Act, a bill to help Veteran-owned businesses succeed by studying the barriers these businesses face, including lack of access to capital and credit.
Rep. Davids advocates for Kansas City-area infrastructure needs, brings House Transportation and Infrastructure Leadership to Kansas ThirdRep. Sharice Davids advocated for Kansas City-area infrastructure needs, including expanding U.S. 69, during a Third District visit from Transportation & Infrastructure Committee Chair Peter DeFazio and Aviation Subcommittee Chair Rick Larsen.
Following round table on student loans, Rep. Davids announces two bills to lower costs, protect studentsFollowing her round table on the impact student loan debt is having on Kansans, Rep. Sharice Davids is helping to introduce two bills to remove hidden fees on student loans and help students who were scammed into faulty loans get relief.
Representative Sharice Davids issued the following statement on the House of Representatives’ impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump:
Representative Sharice Davids issued the following statement on Ukraine allegations:
"When I was sworn into office, I took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and I take that responsibility very seriously.
Representative Sharice Davids today introduced the Women’s Business Centers Improvements Act to help enhance resources and opportunities for female entrepreneurs in Kansas. The bipartisan bill strengthens the Women’s Business Centers (WBC) program, which provides a full range of counseling and training services for small businesses primarily owned by women.