House Chamber, Washington, D.C., September 23, 2010. M. Speaker:
Opening Statement by the Honorable Tom McClintock, Ranking Republican, House Water and Power Subcommittee before the House Water and Power Subcommittee Legislative Hearing on H.R. 3061 (Salazar), H.R. 5039 (Sanchez), H.R. 5413 (Baca), H.R. 6107 (Hastings)
Washington, DC – Congressman Tom McClintock today announced the award of $4 million in competitive grants to a pair of recipients in the Fourth Congressional District to research, develop and demonstrate cutting-edge geothermal technologies. The Congressional office worked with the Modoc Contracting Company of Canby to win a $2 million Department of Energy award that will help demonstrate the
House Chamber, Washington, D.C., September 14, 2010.
Throughout what was supposed to be a “recovery summer,” the President has repeated a familiar theme: that Republicans ran us into a ditch and now they want the keys back.
Congressman Tom McClintock today announced that five communities in the 4th Congressional District succeeded in qualifying for Drug Free Communities (DFC) grants. The DFC supports over 700 community coalitions across the United States and provides funding to identify and respond to local substance abuse problems.
Congressman Tom McClintock made the following statement to the Regional U.S. Forest Service Management Roundtable hosted by Congressman Wally Herger in Sacramento on Wednesday, August 25th:
I want to thank my friend and colleague, Congressman Herger, for organizing this meeting and for his invitation to participate in it.
Many people are asking why Congress is here today. I think the answer’s pretty simple: we’re not bankrupting the country fast enough and so we need to come back and spend more.
In the merciful week that Congress was not in session, my constituents had one message: STOP THE SPENDING. Obviously, Congress isn’t listening.
Statement by Representative Tom McClintock on the Proposition 8 Ruling: Judge Walker’s opinion that traditional marriage is an affront to the Bill of Rights would no doubt have come as a surprise to the American Founders – and to more than two centuries of American jurisprudence affirming that institution. Fortunately, the architects of our Constitution recognized the damage that feeble reaso
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Tom McClintock (CA-04) made the following remarks during a debate in the House of Representatives today about H.R. 3534 (Clear Act). In his remarks the Congressman discussed the response to the oil spill in the Gulf:
“Before we add more bureaucracies to the equation, shouldn’t we ask how the existing ones did?
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Representative Tom McClintock (CA – 04), Ranking Member of the House Water and Power Subcommittee, today made the following opening statement at a hearing about low-impact hydropower: