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McConnell Calls on States to Fight Costly Clean Air Rules

EPA-300Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is urging states to reject the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed new Clean Air Rules, by refusing to send in state plans. Each state has different target standards they will be required to reach when and if the rules take effect. In an op-ed piece, McConnell said “The Continue reading

House Votes Again to Repeal Obamacare

HEALTH-SYMBOL-300Yesterday, the House of Representatives voted again to repeal the President’s failed healthcare law. H.R. 596 would fully repeal the Affordable Care Act and instruct House committees to submit an alternative plan. In the last Congress, the House voted three times to fully repeal Obamacare. The bills were blocked by Harry Continue reading

Senators Want Answers on Rural Health Care

HEALTH-SYMBOL-300A group of 32 senators are conveying concerns to the Administration that federal rules for health care facilities do not adequately consider the needs of rural communities. In a letter to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Administrator Marilyn Tavenner, the senators pressed for details about whether and how the Continue reading

Obama Plans to Visit Colorado to Stump for Udall

mark-udall-300Reports say President Obama will come to Colorado next month to stump for Senator Mark Udall.  Udall has been an adamant supporter of Obama and his policies, especially when it comes to energy and health care.  Udall praised the new carbon emission rules released by the Administration as Continue reading

President Plans to Announce New EPA Rule Himself

obamaPresident Obama plans to announce new coal regulations himself.  That’s according to Administration Officials, who say the president wants to announce the rules himself in a show of how committed he is to his climate change agenda.  Opponents say it’s clear the goal is to cripple the coal industry.  The Environmental Protection Continue reading

Tipton Blasts Further Attempts By Feds to Control Water

SCOTT-TIPTON-300Yesterday, Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) stressed that the Forest Service’s newly proposed Directive on Groundwater Resource Management includes overly broad language that will expand the agency’s regulatory reach over groundwater and jeopardize privately-held water rights. The directive is strikingly similar in function and tone to the recent Continue reading