Congressman

Brett Gurhrie

Brett Guthrie proudly serves the 2nd District of Kentucky. He fights in Congress for better jobs and a brighter future. Brett is 100% pro-life and is endorsed by the National Right to Life Committee; has an “A” rating from the National Rifle Association; has been named a “Friend of Farm Bureau;” and was called a “Taxpayer Hero” by the Council of Citizens Against Government Waste.

Brett Guthrie
  • Improving the economy and passing middle class tax cuts

    Putting More Money in the Hands of Kentucky Families

  • Endorsed by Right To Life and the National Rifle Association

    Fights to protect the sanctity of life and stop taxpayer funds from being used for abortion.

  • Fighting the Opioid Crisis

    Providing more options for treating opioid addiction, including better tailoring treatments to match patients’ specific needs

  • Protecting Medicare & Social Security

    For a Generation of Americans Who Earned It

Guthrie’s opioid bill receives approval

U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie’s bill to make opioid treatment centers more comprehensive has once again made it past the House floor, only this time it passed as part of the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act. SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act is a package of more than 50 different pieces of legislation to address … Read More

President Trump signs Congressman Brett Guthrie bill into law

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump has signed Congressman Brett Guthrie’s health care bill into law. Guthrie’s bill focuses on modernizing state Medicaid programs and helping those who rely on in-home health services (H.R. 6042). “Many of our most vulnerable Medicaid patients rely on home health visits for their health care services, but sadly, fraud and … Read More

Guthrie, McConnell, Paul Secure Fort Knox Energy Independence in NDAA

Congressman Brett Guthrie (KY-02), Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), and Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) secured updated language in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2019 to allow the Department of the Army (Army) to continue using natural gas as an energy source at Fort Knox. Guthrie introduced legislation earlier this year to authorize … Read More

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