Results tagged “Natural Resources Committee”

Lake Tahoe Summit

Congressman McClintock attended and spoke at the 18th Annual Lake Tahoe Summit.  Attached are his remarks: Lake Tahoe SummitAugust 19, 2014 …more.

August 1, 2014  Congressman Tom McClintock today introduced HR 5397, adding taxpayer protections and a guaranteed right of public use …more.

Endangered Species Act Reform

Congressman McClintock delivered the following remarks on the House floor in support of H.R. 4315, Endangered Species Act Reform:   …more.

Statement by Congressman McClintockHouse Natural Resources CommitteeFresno, CaliforniaMarch 19, 2014  Mr. Chairman: Four years ago -- long before the current drought -- …more.

Committee Statement on HR 1192Natural Resources Subcommittee on Public Lands and Environmental RegulationFebruary 26, 2014 HR 1192 renames Mammoth Peak …more.

Merced River Plan

Congressman Tom McClintock issued the following statement regarding the Merced Wild and Scenic Final Comprehensive Management Plan released today by …more.

Water and Power Sub-Committee Hearing on: H.R. 3980, “The Water Supply Permitting Coordination Act” H.R. 3981, “The Accelerated Revenue, Repayment” andDiscussion Draft, …more.

Washington, DC – HR 3188 by Congressman McClintock, the Rim Fire Emergency Salvage Act, was approved today by the House …more.

Time is Running Out for the Sierra

In House floor remarks titled "Time is Running Out for the Sierra" the Congressman discussed H.R. 3188:Time is Running Out …more.

Healthy Forests and a Healthy Economy

Congressman McClintock's remarks from the House floor debate on H.R. 1526, Restoring Healthy Forests for Healthy Communities Act.  The Congressman …more.

Opening StatementChairman Tom McClintockSubcommittee on Water and PowerMonday, July 29, 2013West Plains, MissouriOversight Field Hearing on “Stopping Federal Land and …more.

Congressman McClintock delivered the following remarks on the House floor:  The Real Endangered Species: The Sierra Nevada Hard Working Family …more.

The comment period for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on the draft economic analysis of the proposal to list …more.

Keep Yosemite Tourist-Friendly

Keep Yosemite Tourist-Friendly House Chamber, Washington, D.C. April 24, 2013   Mr. Speaker:   I rise today in strong opposition …more.

HR 934 was voted on, and approved, by the House Natural Resources Committee on April 24, 2013.  Congressman McClintock delivered …more.

The Bee’s Sunday editorial (4/14/2013) once again misstates my position on several issues, this time pertaining to Yosemite Valley.The Bee …more.

McClintock and Costa Introduce Merced Wild and Scenic River Boundary Adjustment Legislation                    Washington, D.C.  Congressman Tom McClintock, who represents …more.

Self-Evident Water Truths

Self-Evident Water TruthsAssociation of California Water AgenciesRussell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C.February 27, 2013   Water – particularly in California – …more.

The Reading Fire and the Death of Common SenseRemarks by Congressman Tom McClintockPublic Meeting on the Reading FireSacramento, CaliforniaOctober 24, …more.

Abundance or Shortages: That is the Question

Abundance or Shortages: That is the QuestionTuolumne County Alliance for Resources and EconomyCongressman Tom McClintockSonora, CaliforniaSeptember 28, 2012 Up until a …more.

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