Washington, D.C. -- Congressman Tom McClintock, CA-04, has been appointed to serve on the House Budget Committee and the Natural Resources Committee for the upcoming 112th Congress.
House Chamber, Washington, D.C. December 16, 2010. M. Speaker: I commend the Senate for passing the tax relief measure yesterday, and I hope that the House passes it today.
According to the CBO, this bill comprises $136 billion in additional spending and $721 billion in tax relief. That means fifteen percent of this bill is spending – the other 85 percent is tax relief:
House Chamber, Washington, D.C. December 14, 2010.
Mr. Speaker: Titles 3 through 6 of the bill purport to settle four water rights claims against the United States by signing away the public’s right to nearly 300 BILLION gallons of water annually AND in perpetuity -- in addition to spending more than $1.2 billion.
By Congressman Tom McClintock
El Dorado Hills, California, October 25, 2010.
In a moment of breathtaking condescension during the debate over ObamaCare, Nancy Pelosi said, “We have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it…”
Congressman Tom McClintock announced that Community Recovery Resources, Inc.– a substance abuse and mental health services agency in Grass Valley, the City of Alturas Police Department and the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians have been awarded competitive grants through the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development Community Facilities Program.
Auburn, California. September 27, 2010. Thank you all for coming today. The purpose of today’s hearing is to air this community’s concerns over regulatory and litigatory excesses that are imposing increasingly oppressive costs on our families and businesses for the operation of local water and sewer systems.
Representatives Tom McClintock and Wally Herger will conduct a forum to discuss the adverse impact of excess wastewater regulation in terms of fines, fees, litigation and resulting financial harm to local communities.
Congressman Tom McClintock announced today that the Georgetown Divide Public Utility District will receive a $5 million loan in Rural Development Funds from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to refurbish its Auburn Lake Trails Water Treatment Plant.