The Bee’s latest editorial on water accuses me of “promoting” a “water grab.” The Bee was well aware that as Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Water and Power, I intervened to stop the bill in question (H.R.
Congressman Tom McClintock today made the following remarks on the House Floor in opposition to HR 2278 relating to Libya.
In Opposition to HR 2278
This bill purports to cut off funding for combat in Libya. In doing so, it simply forbids what the Constitution already forbids: the waging of war without explicit congressional authorization.
Congressman McClintock will conduct a town hall meeting in Grass Valley on Thursday, June 30th at 6:00 PM. The meeting will be held at Higgins Lions Community Center, 22490 East Hacienda Drive, Grass Valley.
Congressman McClintock questioning witnesses at a National Parks, Forests and Public Lands Subcommittee oversight hearing about the importance of forest access by the public, June 22, 2011.
M. Speaker: Lets be clear: without prior Congressional authorization, under the War Powers Act, the President may only commit armed forces to hostilities for sixty days if there is a direct attack upon the United States, its territories or possessions or its armed forces.
Congressman Tom McClintock will conduct a town hall meeting in Georgetown, Thursday, June 9, at 6 PM. The meeting will be held in the International Order of Odd Fellows Hall, 6240 Main Street, Georgetown.
House Water and Power Subcommittee, Legislative Hearing on H.R. 1837, “The San Joaquin Valley Water Reliability Act". Statement by Subcommittee Chairman Tom McClintock.
June 2, 2011
Six outstanding art students garnered top awards in the Congressional Art Competition -- An Artistic Discovery -- a high school arts contest sponsored by Members of Congress. The competition was open to all high school students within California’s Fourth Congressional District. The winners are:
Opening Statement by Congressman Tom McClintock, Chairman, House Water and Power Subcommittee. Joint Water and Power and Indian and Alaska Native Affairs Subcommittee Oversight Hearing on “Protecting Long-Term Tribal Energy Jobs and Keeping Arizona Water and Power Costs Affordable: The Current and Future Role of the Navajo Generating Station”
May 24, 2011
Orange County Water Summit, Anaheim, California. May 20, 2011
A generation ago, the principal objective of our federal water and power policy could be summed up in a word: Abundance.
It was an era when vast reservoirs produced a cornucopia of clean and plentiful water and power on a scale so vast that many communities didn’t even bother metering the stuff.