Happy Monday — 

It's officially Thanksgiving week. I’m especially grateful for the holiday this year. It has been another long, divisive year — not only in Washington, D.C., but across the nation. We need this time for reflection.

This year, I started a weekly podcast in which I interview local and national experts and public officials on the issues facing our state and nation. On Friday, I published my 22nd episode with Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, talking about veterans, the opioid crisis, and criminal justice reform. Click this link or the logo below to listen to the episode.

LISTEN to previous episodes of the podcast and let me know what you think of the content:

  1. Department of Justice Inspector General's Report with Rep. Jim Jordan and Rep. Mark Meadows
  2. DACA amnesty with Rep. Paul Gosar
  3. Conversation with Rep. Matt Gaetz
  4. Independence Day Reflections
  5. Confirm Judge Kavanaugh with Sen. Ron Johnson
  6. Secure America's Border and Support Our Border Patrol Agents with Art Del Cueto
  7. Protect the Second Amendment with Kyle Kashuv
  8. Understanding the U.S. Supreme Court - with Carrie Severino
  9. Rob Jones' Heroic Journey
  10. Read the Bills - with Rep. Thomas Massie
  11. Give Them Hope - with Laura McLinn
  12. Do What We Said - with Rep. Jim Jordan
  13. Declassify the Documents - with Sara Carter
  14. Defending Life and Religious Freedom - with Tony Perkins
  15. Saving American Lives - with Mary Ann Mendoza
  16. Supporting Our Law Enforcement - with Sheriff Mark Lamb
  17. The Evolution of American Judicial Philosophy - with Andrew McCarthy
  18. Exploring a New Frontier of Space - with Rep. Lamar Smith
  19. Unpacking the Great FISA Abuse Scandal - with John Solomon
  20. Stopping the Caravan - with Jessica Vaughan
  21. Being Fiscally Responsible - with Congressman Dave Brat
  22. Honoring our Veterans - with Bill Montgomery

As always, I am extremely humbled by the trust that you have bestowed upon me and honored to serve as your Congressman. Hope you are having a great November.

Sincerely,

Andy Biggs
Member of Congress

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