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Most recent 16 results returned for keyword: Deb Fischer (Search this on MAP)

https://plus.google.com/114930937740132313178 Deb Fischer : Take notes ladies...LOL
Take notes ladies...LOL
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https://plus.google.com/114930937740132313178 Deb Fischer : THIS IS ME... 😔😔😔😞😞😞😞
THIS IS ME... 😔😔😔😞😞😞😞
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https://plus.google.com/114930937740132313178 Deb Fischer : The processing has subjugated your tendency to lose focus on what matter most. Subliminal messages have...
The processing has subjugated your tendency to lose focus on what matter most. Subliminal messages have filled your files with a false sense of security. Read between your eyes. Prey the mind to see. What believability deletes. 
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https://plus.google.com/109983493832948226676 Overdrive Magazine : Sen. Deb Fischer, a FMCSA reform advocate, will lead Senate’s transportation and infrastructure subcommittee...
Sen. Deb Fischer, a FMCSA reform advocate, will lead Senate’s transportation and infrastructure subcommittee. http://ow.ly/Xv313086dN6
FMCSA reform advocate Deb Fischer to head Senate’s transportation subcommittee
Fischer may be best known in the trucking industry for the introduction of a bill in 2015 targeting FMCSA and its regulations, which Fischer said were overly burdensome and, in some cases, unjustif…
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FMCSA reform advocate Deb Fischer to head Senate’s transportation subcommittee
Fischer may be best known in the trucking industry for the introduction of a bill in early 2015 targeting FMCSA and its regulations, which Fischer said were over burdensome and, in some cases, unju…
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https://plus.google.com/109654609330222449610 Ian Neil Schmidt : Two upcoming nominees with scheduled Senate hearings have not yet completed their ethics paperwork. ...
Two upcoming nominees with scheduled Senate hearings have not yet completed their ethics paperwork. Call in to insist that the hearings wait on this part of the process.

The two are Betsy DeVos for Education Secretary
and Wilbur Ross for Commerce Secretary

CONTACT

The Congressional switchboard number is: 202-224-3121
You'll be prompted as follows:
- Press 1 to contact your Senators, 2 to contact your Representative (in the House)
- Enter your 5-digit Zip code (or speak your state name in the case of Senators)
- For your Representative, only 1 choice will be offered - press 1.
- For your Senators, select 1 or 2 to be connected to whichever one you want to contact. (If you're trying to communicate your opinion about a vote, you'll probably want to call back and select the other as well.)

And yes, it's best to actually PHONE IN. Emails are easily ignored, and letters are not timely enough for this. If you write down what you would like to say, each phone call will take less than a minute once someone picks up the phone.

In particular the Senate Committee on Health, Education is conducting DeVos's hearing and the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation is conducting Ross'. If your senators are on either of these committees, consider passing along questions you'd really like them to ask during the hearings (see below).

Members of the Senate Committee on Health, Education:
Chairman Senator Lamar Alexander(Republican - TN)
Michael B. Enzi(Republican - WY
Senator Richard Burr(Republican - NC)
Senator Johnny Isakson(Republican - GA)
Senator Rand Paul(Republican - KY)
Senator Susan Collins(Republican - ME)
Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D.(Republican - LA)
Senator Todd Young(Republican - IN)
Senator Orrin Hatch(Republican - UT
Senator Pat Roberts(Republican - KS)
Senator Lisa Murkowski(Republican - AK)
Senator Tim Scott(Republican - SC)
Ranking Member Senator Patty Murray(Democratic - WA)
Senator Bernie Sanders(Democratic - VT)
Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr(Democratic - PA)
Senator Al Franken(Democratic - MN)
Senator Michael F. Bennet(Democratic - CO)
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse(Democratic - RI)
Senator Tammy Baldwin(Democratic - WI)
Senator Christopher S. Murphy(Democratic - CT)
Senator Elizabeth Warren(Democratic - MA)
Senator Tim Kaine(Democrat - VA)
Senator Maggie Hassan(Democrat - NH)
(<https://www.help.senate.gov/about/members>)

Members of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee:
Chairman Senator John Thune (R-South Dakota)
Senator Roger Wicker (R-Mississippi)
Senator Roy Blunt (R-Missouri)
Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida)
Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-New Hampshire)
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas)
Senator Deb Fischer (R-Nebraska)
Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kansas)
Senator Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska)
Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin)
Senator Dean Heller (R-Nevada)
Senator Cory Gardner (R-Colorado)
Senator Steve Daines (R-Montana)
Ranking Member Senator Bill Nelson (D-Florida)
Senator Maria Cantwell (D-Washington)
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri)
Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota)
Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Connecticut)
Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii)
Senator Ed Markey (D-Massachusetts)
Senator Cory Booker (D-New Jersey)
Senator Tom Udall (D-New Mexico)
Senator Joe Manchin (D-West Virginia)
Senator Gary Peters (D-Michigan)
(<https://www.commerce.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=CommitteeMembers>0

ACTIONS

1. Call in to insist that ethics paperwork for DeVos be completed before confirmation hearings on Tuesday January 17th, or any other date that her hearings may be rescheduled to.

Mention any questions you want them to ask her during the hearings, for example:
* You have a long record of advocating for school choice in the form of vouchers and charter schools. What if parents' first choice, as it is for most American families, is to send their children to a clean, safe, well-resourced, professionally-staffed, local neighborhood public school? How would the voucher and charter school schemes you advocate support this kind of choice?
* In your home state of Michigan, you and the foundations you support have fought hard to make sure that governmental oversight of charter schools is extremely limited despite indications of widespread fiscal mismanagement and poor academic performance. Should charter schools be subject to the same financial and academic scrutiny as traditional public schools? If not, why not?

More good ones here. If you like any in particular, write them down to pass them along in your call:
(<https://russonreading.blogspot.com/2017/01/ten-questions-for-betsy-devos.html>

2. Call in to insist that ethics paperwork for Ross be completed before confirmation hearings on Wednesday January 18th, or any other date that his hearings may be rescheduled to.

Oddly, Ross doesn't appear to have any particularly large conflicts of interest, which makes the delay on his ethics paperwork strange. But there's no reason to let any of the nominees slide on this point. Plus some good questions to ask him could include:
* You have talked about a NAFTA renegotiation on Day 1 of a Trump presidency. Can you tell us some of the specific provisions in NAFTA you don’t like and would want to see changed, and some of those you like and think should be maintained?
* Trade gets most of the attention, but foreign investment is important too. The U.S. and China have been negotiating an investment treaty for many years.
Would you continue this effort? If so, what topics would you want to see included? What is your view of the investor-state dispute mechanism that is a key feature of U.S. investment treaties?

(<http://www.newsweek.com/five-tough-questions-wilbur-ross-must-answer-540457>)


MAIN ISSUE

But the paperwork for two of President-elect Donald Trump's billionaire nominees with hearings scheduled for this week -- namely, Education Secretary-designate Betsy DeVos (up Tuesday) and Commerce Secretary-designate Wilbur Ross (up Wednesday) -- were notably missing from the ethics office's website as of Monday afternoon.

SOURCES

* <http://www.educationviews.org/8-questions-betsy-devos-confirmation-hearing/>
* <https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/betsy-devos-omitted-125000-political-donation-from-senate-disclosure-form/2017/01/13/7a82c368-d9ba-11e6-9f9f-5cdb4b7f8dd7_story.html>
* <https://theweek.com/speedreads/672479/senate-delays-confirmation-hearing-wilbur-ross-due-lack-ethics-paperwork>
* <http://www.politico.com/blogs/donald-trump-administration/2017/01/trumps-cabinet-hearings-schedule-233213>
* <http://www.newsweek.com/five-tough-questions-wilbur-ross-must-answer-540457>
8 <https://russonreading.blogspot.com/2017/01/ten-questions-for-betsy-devos.html>


Ethics paperwork still missing for Trump's billionaire Cabinet picks
Several of the wealthiest nominees for top Cabinet posts are headed to Capitol Hill for confirmation hearings this week, but the clock is ticking for them to complete the ethics and financial review process.
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https://plus.google.com/114930937740132313178 Deb Fischer : I understand
I understand
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https://plus.google.com/114930937740132313178 Deb Fischer :

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https://plus.google.com/117508698219424413952 Daniel Cooper : The Environmental Protection Agency’s Waters of the U.S. Rule, or “WOTUS,” was first introduced to the...
The Environmental Protection Agency’s Waters of the U.S. Rule, or “WOTUS,” was first introduced to the public in May of 2015, and it’s been largely unpopular since then. Ag Web Dot Com says Iowa Republican Joni Ernst and Nebraska Republican Deb Fischer…
Senate Resolution Would Roll Back WOTUS | AgNet West - California Agriculture News
Iowa Republican Joni Ernst and Nebraska Republican Deb Fischer have introduced a resolution that expresses a need for the Senate to vacate the rule. WOTUS
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https://plus.google.com/114930937740132313178 Deb Fischer : #SadTruth
#SadTruth 
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https://plus.google.com/114930937740132313178 Deb Fischer :

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https://plus.google.com/114930937740132313178 Deb Fischer :

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https://plus.google.com/103826056880214444374 Bonny Dennis : We cannot accept Trump as president. Looking for something to do today? There's lots to be done... Get...
We cannot accept Trump as president.
Looking for something to do today? There's lots to be done...
Get working:
Here is a list of all of the members of the 6 senate committee members and their phone numbers that will be conducting hearings on Trump's cabinet appointees this Wednesday, January 11 (today) Let's bombard them with phone calls and hope that we can make a difference like we did in getting them to reverse their decision to eliminate the OCE.
Senate Judiciary Committee (Jeff Sessions, nominee)
Republicans
Chuck Grassley (IA) 202-224-3744
Orrin Hatch (UT) 202-224-5251
Lindsey Graham (SC) 202-224-5972
John Cornyn (TX) 202-224-2934
Michael Lee (UT) 202-224-5444
Ted Cruz (TX) 202-224-5922
Jeff Flake (AZ) 202-224-4521
David Perdue (GA) 202-224-3521
Thom Tillis (NC) 202-224-6342
Democrats
Dianne Feinstein (CA) 202-224-3841
Dick Durbin (IL) 202-224-2152
Sheldon Whitehouse (RI) 202-224-2934
Al Franken (MN) 202-224-5641
Amy Klobuchar (MN) 202-224-3244
Christopher Coons (DE) 202-224-5042
Richard Blumenthal (CT) 202-224-3521
Senate Intelligence Committee (Mike Pompeo, nominee for CIA Director)
Republicans
James Risch (ID) 202-224-2752
Marco Rubio (FL) 202-224-3041
Susan Collins (ME) 202-224-2523
Roy Blunt (MO) 202-224-5721
James Lankford (OK) 202-224-5754
Tom Cotton (AR) 202-224-2353
John Cornyn (TX) 202-224-2934
Democrats
Dianne Feinstein (CA) 202-224-3841
Ron Wyden (OR) 202-224-5244
Martin Heinrich (NM) 202-224-5521
Angus King (ME) 202-224-5344
Joe Manchin (WV) 202-224-3954
Kamala Harris (CA) 202-224-2934
Senate Foreign Relations Committee (Rex Tillerson, nominee)
Republicans
Bob Corker (TN) 202-224-3344
James Risch (ID) 202-224-2752
Ron Johnson (WI) 202-224-5323
Jeff Flake (AZ) 202-224-4521
Cory Gardner (CO) 202-224-5941
Todd Young (IN) 202-224-5623
John Barrasso (WY) 202-224-6441
Johnny Isakson (GA) 202-224-3643
Rob Portman (OH) 202-224-3353
Rand Paul (KY) 202-224-4343
Marco Rubio (FL) 202-224-3041
Democrats
Ben Cardin (MD) 202-224-4524
Bob Menendez (NJ) 202-224-4744
Jeanne Shaheen (NH) 202-224-2841
Christopher Coons (DE) 202-224-5042
Tom Udall (NM) 202-224-6621
Chris Murphy (CT) 202-224-4041
Tim Kaine (VA) 202-224-4024
Edward Markey (MA) 202-224-2742
Jeff Merkley (OR) 202-224-3753
Cory Booker (NJ) 202-224-3224
Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee (John Kelly, nominee for Director of Homeland Security)
Republicans
Ron Johnson (WI) 202-224-5323
John McCain (AZ) 202-224-2235
Rob Portman (OH) 202-224-3353
Rand Paul (KY) 202-224-4343
James Lankford (OK) 202-224-5754
Michael Enzi (WY) 202-224-3424
Joni Ernst (IA) 202-224-3254
Ben Sasse (NE) 202-224-4224
Democrats
Thomas Carper (DE) 202-224-2441
Claire McCaskill (MO) 202-224-6154
Jon Tester (MT) 202-224-2644
Tammy Baldwin (WI) 202-224-5653
Heidi Heitkamp (ND) 202-224-2043
Cory Booker (NJ) 202-224-3224
Gary Peters (MI) 202-224-6221
Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation
(Elaine Chao, nominee for Secretary of Transportation)
Republicans
John Thune (SD) 202-224-2321
Rober Wicker (MI) 202-224-6253
Roy Blunt (MO) 202-224-5721
Marco Rubio (FL) 202-224-3041
Ted Cruz (TX) 202-224-5922
Deb Fischer (NE) 202-224-6551
Jerry Moran (KS) 202-224-6521
Dan Sullivan (AK) 202-224-3004
Ron Johnson (WI) 202-224-5323
Dean Heller (NV) 202-224-6244
Cory Gardner (CO) 202-224-5941
Steve Daines (MT) 202-224-2651
Democrats
Bill Nelson (FL) 202-224-5274
Maria Cantwell (WA) 202-224-3441
Claire McCaskill (MO) 202-224-6154
Amy Klobuchar (MN) 202-224-3244
Richard Blumenthal (CT) 202-224-2823
Brian Schatz (HI) 202-224-3934
Cory Booker (NJ) 202-224-3224
Ed Markey (MA) 202-224-2742
Tom Udall (NM) 202-224-6621
Joe Manchin (WV) 202-224-3954
Gary Peters (MI) 202-224-6221
Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee
(Betty DeVos, nominee for Secretary of Education)
Republicans
Pat Roberts (KS) 202-224-4774
Bill Cassidy, M.D. (LA) 202-224-5824
Johnny Isakson (GA) 202-224-3643
Richard Burr (NC) 202- 224-3154
Michael B. Enzi (WY) 202-224-3424
Lamar Alexander (TN) 202-224-4944
Rand Paul, (KY) 202-224- 4343
Susan Collins (ME) 202-224-2523
Lisa Murkowski (AK) 202-224- 6665
Orrin Hatch (UT) 202-224-5251
Tim Scott (SC) 202-224-6121
Democrats
Bernie Sanders (VT), 202-224-5141
Patty Murray (WA) 202-224-2621
Robert P. Casey, Jr (PA) 202-224-6324
Al Franken (MN) 202-224-5641
Michael F. Bennet, (CO) 202-224- 5852
Tammy Baldwin (WI) 202-224-5653
Sheldon Whitehouse (RI) 202-224-2921
Christopher Murphy (CT) 202-224-4041
Elizabeth Warren (MA) 202-224-4543
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