Oversight Hearing on “Creating Abundant Water and Power Supplies and Job Growth by Restoring Common Sense to Federal Regulations”
Opening statement by subcommittee Chairman Tom McClintock
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Subcommittee on Water and Power held an oversight hearing today on “Examining the Spending, Priorities and the Missions of the Bonneville Power Administration, the Western Area Power Administration, the Southwestern Power Administration and the Southeastern Power Administration."
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Subcommittee on Water and Power held an oversight hearing today to examine the FY 2012 budget request for the Bureau of Reclamation. Subcommittee Chairman Tom McClintock made the following opening statement at the hearing:
Congressman Tom McClintock
House Water and Power Subcommittee
House Chamber, Washington, D.C. February 15, 2011
Last year I voted to extend the PATRIOT Act for one year. I regret that vote and was glad to have been able to correct it, although I am pained that the House voted otherwise yesterday.
Congressman Tom McClintock, Chairman of the House Water and Power Subcommittee, today made the following remarks on the House floor during consideration of a resolution directing committees to identify federal regulations that impede job creation and slow the economy
House Resolution 72
House Chamber, Washington, D.C
House Chamber, Washington, D.C. January 19, 2011. M. Speaker:
The Department of Interior issued an announcement yesterday that perfectly illustrates the irrationality of our current approach to water issues.
House Chamber, Washington, D.C. January 18, 2011.
The central promises of Obamacare were that it would bend health costs down and wouldn’t threaten existing plans.
We now know that both these claims were false.
House Chamber, Washington, D.C. January 12, 2011. M. Speaker:
I haven’t gotten to know Gabrielle Giffords yet, and I thank God that by His grace, I haven’t lost the chance to do so.
I didn’t know those Americans who came to speak with her that day.
House Chamber, Washington, D.C. January 7, 2011. M. Speaker:
Much of my district comprises forests managed by the U.S. Forest Service. Over the last two years, I have received a growing volume of complaints protesting the increasingly exclusionary and elitist policies of this agency.