Making America’s Greatness Accessible and Affordable for All
Throughout my public service career in Congress, I have always put service above self and principles above politics.
Rural Energy Savings ProgramJim is working to expand RESP and develop a similar program to make broadband more available in rural communities throughout the country.
Gullah GeecheeCongressman Clyburn is working to make sure South Carolina gets its fair share of the tourism economy.
South Carolina National Heritage Corridor
Jim Clyburn’s bill creating the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor became law in 1996. Four years later, he proposed the Gullah-Geechee Heritage Corridor and was told that South Carolina was too small to have two Heritage Corridors, but he did not let that attitude deter him.
10-20-30 Funding FormulaJim is working hard to make 10-20-30 permanent law and more broadly applied.
10-20-30 Funding Formula
Jim’s 10-20-30 plan directs at least 10 percent of appropriated funds to communities where 20 percent or more of their populations have lived below the poverty level for the last 30 years. He successfully got i10-20-30 inserted into four agricultural accounts of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
House passes bill to cap out-of-pocket insulin costs
With the help of Majority Whip, James Clyburn, the House of Representatives approved legislation that would limit cost-sharing for insulin under private health insurance and Medicare. The vote was 232-193, with 12 Republican members joining
Clyburn Delivers 7,200 Manufacturing Jobs to SC
In 2021, with the help of Congressman James E. Clyburn, South Carolina created 7,200 manufacturing jobs. As Co-Chair of the House Democratic Manufacturing Working Group, Congressman Clyburn is a leading advocate for America’s manufacturing sector.
Congressman Clyburn Delivers $155 Million to the 6th District
With the House passage of the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2022, of the $373+ million to fund community projects in South Carolina, nearly $155 million of that is designated for projects in the Sixth Congressional District.