Supply Chain Crisis

T&I Republicans are actively engaged with stakeholders from each point in the supply chain to continue identifying which Biden administration policies are preventing the emergence from this ongoing crisis, as well as pinpointing proactive solutions that can expedite recovery. See more about their work on the supply chain crisis below.

Nov. 17, 2021: Supply Chain Crisis T&I Hearing

The full Transportation & Infrastructure Committee held a hearing on the supply chain crisis. Ranking Member Graves warned that the Biden administration's policies should do no more harm through policies and mandates that make will make the crisis worse.

 Read his full opening statement here or watch below.


Nov. 16, 2021: Highlighting Heightening Concerns on FoxBusiness.com

Ranking Member Graves and House Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) penned an op-ed for FoxBusiness.com discussing how the spending and policy decisions of the Biden Administration and their congressional allies are making the supply chain crisis worse – not better.

Nov. 3, 2021: T&I Republican Supply Chain Crisis Roundtable

Ranking Member Graves held a roundtable with T&I Republicans and stakeholders from various points in the supply chain to gain insights about the ongoing issues and challenges facing the private sector in dealing with the supply chain crisis.


Oct. 27, 2021: Raising Growing Supply Chain Concerns on Fox Business

Ranking Member Graves joined Fox Business to discuss his major concerns with the Biden administration's policies making the supply chain crisis even worse.

“Well the problem is the administration's policies. When you throw in extended unemployment benefits. When you throw in arbitrary vaccine mandates. That just creates all kinds of logistical problems for trucking companies, for transport companies, and the rail lines and everything that goes along with it. So that’s making the problem just as bad. When the president says that the private sector needs to step up, well he also needs to step up and back off some of these regulatory burdens."


Oct. 20, 2021: Letter to Biden President Biden

Ranking Member Graves led 160 House Republicans in urging President Biden to immediately reconsider radical partisan policies that are making already growing U.S. supply chain issues significantly worse:
Full Letter Text