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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 retweeted
Senate Budget GOP 17h
ICYMI - Head "The Federal Government Is on an Unsustainable Long-Term Fiscal Path"
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Senate Budget GOP 17h
Too often Washington governs by crisis, waiting until the last minute to make the thorny decisions that everyone knows need to be made. We won’t solve all of our fiscal problems through budget process reform, because reform is not a substitute for political will.
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Mike Enzi retweeted
Senate Budget GOP 18h
WATCH AT 315PM - Hearing on Fixing a and Spending Process: Securing the Nation’s Fiscal Future
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Mike Enzi 21h
This wreath was laid at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Cemetery by the Taylor Jones Family and Wyoming Congressional Awards. Lorin Jones from Rock Springs, a 2019 Gold Medal recipient, presented the wreath.
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Senate Budget GOP Jun 25
"CBO’s latest projections make it clear that Washington has a spending problem. An important step toward putting the nation on a more sustainable fiscal path starts with fixing our and spending process." Chair
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Senate Budget GOP Jun 25
ICYMI - Chair 's Statement on ’s 2019 Long-Term Budget Outlook
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Mike Enzi Jun 25
Congratulations to Wyoming’s 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars, Scott Orton from Star Valley High School and Lillian Brazil from Jackson Hole High School. Their hard work paid off!
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Mike Enzi Jun 24
Introduced legislation with that would help to ensure drug labels for older treatments are kept up-to-date so consumers have a better understanding of the prescription drugs they take.
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Mike Enzi Jun 21
Every summer Diana and I host an ice cream social for the U.S. Senate Pages to thank them for their hard work. Congrats on being part of our nation’s history! Interested high school juniors can learn more here:
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Mike Enzi Jun 20
The Congressional Award ceremony is an event I look forward to every year when these hardworking students receive their gold medals. Congrats to the Wyoming Gold Medalists, and thank you for making our state proud! To get involved:
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Mike Enzi Jun 20
I’m glad the Supreme Court ruled 7-2 allowing a World War I memorial to remain standing in Maryland. Last year I joined 108 of my colleagues in signing an amicus brief to express my support of the Bladensburg Peace Cross.
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Mike Enzi Jun 19
It was wonderful to have Wyoming Senator Eli Bebout testify at a Budget Committee hearing to explore the advantages of our state’s budgeting process. The way Wyoming budgets and spends could provide important lessons for Congress on fiscal responsibility.
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Mike Enzi Jun 19
Replying to @SenatorEnzi
The committee also passed our Grant Reporting Efficiency and Agreements Transparency (GREAT) Act, which would simplify the federal government’s grant process and increase transparency to help keep track of federal dollars.
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Mike Enzi Jun 19
Gov shutdowns hurt hardworking Americans & Congress should not be exempt. I supported 's Government Shutdown Accountability Act today, which would put restrictions on members of Congress until they pass all 12 funding bills. We can’t afford another shutdown.
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Mike Enzi retweeted
Senate Budget GOP Jun 19
“We must construct a and spending process that focuses on the long-term fiscal health of the nation and is smarter about when and how we make budget decisions.” - Chair
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Senate Budget GOP Jun 19
DYK - 40% of states appropriate on a biennial cycle, which could be applied to the federal level. Moving to a 2-year funding cycle would give Congress more time for oversight and policy development, and reduce the potential for government shutdowns.
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Senate Budget GOP Jun 19
ICYMI - Forty-six states have statutory or constitutional requirements to balance the budget, and the four states without such a requirement functionally balance their budget every year.
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Mike Enzi Jun 19
I had great conversations today with the Laramie group and students participating in the NRECA who are both visiting Washington, D.C. for unique experiences. Glad I could talk with these Wyoming students while they’re visiting their nation's capital!
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Mike Enzi Jun 19
Replying to @SenatorEnzi
States, not the federal government, are in the best position to set energy policies that work best for them. This rule helps to empower states and provide needed flexibility to move toward better energy production without causing economic harm.
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Mike Enzi Jun 19
I am glad the EPA is replacing the Clean Power Plan, which was designed to put coal out of business.
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