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Official account of the Senate Republicans on the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works, Chaired by
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Sen. John Barrasso 2h
Wrote in the today on the need for electric vehicle drivers to help fix our roads.
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Sen. John Barrasso Sep 12
Replying to @SenJohnBarrasso
Americans deserve clean water and clear rules. We need rules that protect water and respect local authority.
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Sen. John Barrasso Sep 12
The 2015 rule would have put backyard ponds, puddles, & prairie potholes under Washington’s control. I applaud the Trump administration for working to remove this outrageous regulation.
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Sen. John Barrasso Sep 11
We pause today to remember the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, when al-Qaeda terrorists turned commercial airplanes into weapons of mass destruction. My statement:
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EPW Republicans Sep 11
This morning’s nominations hearing will be starting shortly. Tune in here: .
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EPW Republicans Sep 10
TMW @ 10 AM: The committee will hold a nominations hearing for Aurelia Skipwith to be director of the & Katherine Lemos to be member & chairperson of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board.
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Steve Forbes Sep 4
.: Automakers cut bad deal w/ California & now want taxpayers/consumers in 49 other states to pay for it w/ tax subsidies for rich EV drivers & higher prices on trucks/SUVs for rest of USA. , please stop them.
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EPW Republicans Sep 3
“Wyoming Republican is circulating a letter asking Senate Leader Mitch McConnell to reject an expansion or extension of the electric-vehicle tax credit” via .
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Sen. John Barrasso Aug 29
The Trump administration is working to make sure regulations are justified. Wyoming already regulates methane emissions from oil and gas production. There’s no need for Washington to pile on. I will work with Wyoming to evaluate this new proposal.
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UPS Public Affairs Aug 20
: & passed America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act of 2019, a great first step toward increased, dedicated & sustained infrastructure investment. Thank you , , & for your leadership on this issue!
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Sen. John Barrasso Aug 12
Replying to @SenJohnBarrasso
We must modernize ESA in a way that empowers states, promotes the recovery of species, & allows local economies to thrive.
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Sen. John Barrasso Aug 12
The Trump administration is taking important steps to make the Endangered Species Act work better for people & wildlife. These final rules are a good start, but the administration is limited by an existing law that needs to be updated.
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Jim Inhofe Aug 8
Oklahomans know the positive impact of investing in our infrastructure. Read more about how my provisions in America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act will modernize Oklahoma waterways, like MKARNS, creating a boost in trade, jobs and our local economy.
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Natl Park Foundation Aug 6
Last week, Senate & considered the America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act. Among other issues, this bipartisan bill would provide much-needed investment in roads and transportation infrastructure.
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Sen. John Barrasso Aug 2
America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act is the most substantial highway infrastructure bill ever. It’s good for rural areas. It’s good for urban communities. It is good across the country.
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WyWildlifeFederation Aug 1
Thank you for your support regarding wildlife crossings through your introduction of America's Transportation Infrastructure Act
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EPW Republicans Aug 1
Chairman on with : “We want to make it easier to get the projects done at the local level and have the decisions made locally as well.”
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Casper Star-Tribune Jul 31
The bill would infuse $287 billion in highway funding over the next five years — a 27 percent increase.
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EPW Republicans Jul 31
Chairman signing S. 2302, America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act, as reported by the Environment and Public Works Committee. passed the committee 21-0 yesterday and is the most substantial highway legislation ever.
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Senator John Boozman Jul 31
NEW: provisions will help modernize the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MKARNS), including hundreds of millions in non-highway formula funding and over $5 billion in joint federal freight grants.
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