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Mike Enzi
Mike Enzi is Wyoming’s 20th U.S. Senator. His joy of representing Wyoming is topped by few things. (Being a grandfather and fly fishing are two.)
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Mike Enzi 17h
I’ve had a wonderful time traveling around the southwestern portion of the state as part of my “Wyoming Works” tour. Diana and I toured several businesses, attended organizational meetings and spoke with folks to learn more about what’s going on in our communities and businesses.
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Mike Enzi Apr 12
Replying to @SenatorEnzi
Agencies like the IRS & Social Security will very rarely call you without sending letters in the mail first. I urge you to warn your loved ones about these deceptive techniques. Read my letter here:
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Mike Enzi Apr 12
I recently received scam phone calls claiming to be from the IRS and the Social Security Administration. It is vital for everyone to know not to give personal information like Social Security numbers or bank account information over the phone.
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Mike Enzi Apr 12
April is Financial Literacy Month! Financial education is all about having the information to plan for your future and the tools to understand the risks and rewards. The more financially literate people are, the better off our country will be.
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Mike Enzi Apr 11
I spoke on the Senate floor today about a bill I introduced to protect Association Health Plans. Small businesses ought to have the opportunity to band together to negotiate & provide employees with comprehensive & affordable health insurance coverage.
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Mike Enzi Apr 11
Association Health Plans are a great option for sparsely populated states like Wyoming. That’s one of the reasons I intro'd a bill today to cement a rule allowing businesses to pool together for health care coverage.
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Mike Enzi Apr 11
Replying to @SenatorEnzi
These plans work for small businesses. One family shoe store probably cannot get an insurance company to play ball, but 1,000 family shoe stores probably could.
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Mike Enzi Apr 11
I introduced a bill today that would prevent thousands of people from losing health care coverage after a federal judge struck down the 's Association Health Plans rule, which made it easier for small businesses to band together to provide affordable health insurance.
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Mike Enzi Apr 10
Replying to @SenatorEnzi
Projects like the Millennium Bulk Terminal in Washington would provide a boost not only for Wyoming’s coal mines, but for America’s economy as a whole.
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Mike Enzi Apr 10
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
I appreciate that is looking to tear down or clarify unnecessary regulations that discourage healthy energy development that helps create jobs and strengthens our energy exports.
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Mike Enzi Apr 10
I applaud President Trump for issuing two executive orders today to reduce the regulatory burden on energy infrastructure and pipeline construction.
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Mike Enzi Apr 10
At a Finance hearing, I urged the IRS commissioner to open the Cheyenne Taxpayer Assistance Center full-time so WY residents can get assistance they need & deserve. I also asked about solutions for undeliverable correspondence that wastes taxpayer dollars.
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Mike Enzi Apr 10
It was wonderful to honor more than 160 students who earned Congressional Awards – 70 of which were Gold Medalists – in Cheyenne over the weekend. I am always proud of these Wyoming students for their willingness to serve their communities.
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Mike Enzi Apr 9
Replying to @SenatorEnzi
I also asked Under Secretary of Defense Norquist about the importance of modernizing the nuclear triad, especially ICBMs at F.E. Warren in Cheyenne. He said it's absolutely essential & in order to rely on a deterrent, you must be able to replace them.
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Mike Enzi Apr 9
Congress has a duty to our brave service men and women, as well as hardworking taxpayers, to ensure that the hundreds of billions of dollars appropriated annually to provide for our nation’s defense is well spent. I held a hearing today on the DOD FY 2020 budget request.
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Senate Budget GOP Apr 9
TUNE IN at 3pm - Hearing on 's FY 2020 Budget Request -
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Mike Enzi Apr 9
Closing Taxpayer Assistance Centers presents challenges to many folks – especially during filing season. I introduced a bill today that would require the IRS to provide notice before closing centers to ensure taxpayers have access to resources they need.
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Senate Budget GOP Apr 9
MUST READ via & The Bipartisan Push to Budget Long-Term for Natural Disasters
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Senate Budget GOP Apr 8
MUST READ in today's - Judd Gregg: In praise of
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Mike Enzi Apr 5
I am honored to receive the ’s Spirit of Enterprise Award. I will continue my support for growing businesses and expanding opportunities across the country.
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