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"artificially raising prices on the cheapest of them hurts the very people the President has told us for eight years his policies are so supposed to benefit."
Congressman Tipton ripped into the EPA today after a House Committee on Natural Resources report uncovered the Agency deliberately mislead the public as employees attempted to cover up the Agency’s knowledge of risks at the Gold King Mine.
Rep. Tipton issued the following statement applauding the Supreme Court’s ruling to stay the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ‘Clean Power Plan’ until state lawsuits are heard.
The President’s budget seeks to raise taxes by $3.4 trillion over the next decade, and increase spending by $2.4 trillion.
Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) voted in the House to pass legislation to protect law-abiding businesses from being unfairly targeted by federal regulators using highly subjective criteria to determine fraud risk.
The loss of capital access for small businesses and families would have a devastating impact on local economies.
That propensity to run roughshod over the people’s representatives, and the Constitution, is at the core of his legacy, and I was thinking back to a number of examples over the years.
The Colorado Members look forward to working with the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works to move this discussion draft forward and reach consensus on a bipartisan Good Samaritan bill.
Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) issued the following statement on the Department of the Interior’s (DOI) announced moratorium on federal coal leasing.
Tipton has been one of the most vocal defenders of Western water since being elected to Congress.