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Most recent 11 results returned for keyword: Deb Fischer (Search this on MAP) KTIV : U.S. Senator Deb Fischer weighs in on NE's death penalty debate
U.S. Senator Deb Fischer weighs in on NE's death penalty debate
U.S. Senator Deb Fischer weighs in on NE's death penalty debate
U.S. Senator Deb Fischer didn't have much to say about where she stands on the issue, but says these lawmakers are just doing their jobs.
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Living In Christ introduction | Going Farther
This Bible study features four lessons based on verses from the Gospel of John and other books from the Bible. Each lesson has questions and suggested
2 days ago - Via Google+ - View - Emily Pribyl-Thornburg : Nebraska Corn Applauds Nebraska Congressional Leaders for Support of E15 Legislation The Nebraska Corn...
Nebraska Corn Applauds Nebraska Congressional Leaders for Support of E15 Legislation
The Nebraska Corn Growers Association and Nebraska Corn Board would like
to thank Senator Deb Fischer for co-sponsoring and Representative Adrian Smith
for introducing a bill to expand the volatility waiver for blends of American
Ethanol up to 15 percent (E...
Nebraska Corn Kernels: Nebraska Corn Applauds Nebraska Congressional Leaders for Support of E15 Legislation
The Nebraska Corn Growers Association and Nebraska Corn Board would like to thank Senator Deb Fischer for co-sponsoring and Representative Adrian Smith for introducing a bill to expand the volatility waiver for blends of American Ethanol up to 15 percent (E15), ultimately increasing consumers' ...
7 days ago - Via Google+ - View - NE-MWI Mississippi River Basin Policy News : EPA: Split Senate panel sends 'secret science' bill to floor Amanda Peterka, E&E reporter Published:...
EPA: Split Senate panel sends 'secret science' bill to floor
Amanda Peterka, E&E reporter
Published: Tuesday, April 28, 2015

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee approved legislation in a 11-9 party-line vote today targeting what Republicans call the "secret science" underlying U.S. EPA regulations.

The "Secret Science Reform Act" sponsored by Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) was sent to the Senate floor with one Democratic amendment that would bar the censorship of common terms, such as a "climate change," in official documents.

Chairman James Inhofe (R-Okla.) said he was optimistic the bill would be debated by the full Senate. The House last month passed its version of the bill, mostly along party lines, despite a White House veto threat (E&ENews PM, March 18).

S. 544 would prohibit EPA from finalizing rules that are based on science that isn't "transparent or reproducible." It would also compel EPA to make publicly available all the studies and data that go into its rulemakings.

"What this bill is trying to accomplish is to ensure that we strengthen the scientific information that the EPA uses to make regulations, guidance and assessments," Barrasso said. "By improving their scientific process, the EPA will enhance the confidence that the public and policymakers have in the agency."

It is co-sponsored by Republican Sens. David Vitter of Louisiana, Mike Crapo of Idaho and Deb Fischer of Nebraska, along with Inhofe.

Democrats who yesterday called on Inhofe to withdraw the bill from the markup slammed the legislation as an attack on EPA science. They said it would limit EPA's ability to use studies based on private health information.

Ranking member Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) also pointed to a recent Congressional Budget Office report that found the bill would cost $250 million a year for the next few years and reduce the number of studies that EPA relies on to set rules (E&E Daily, March 13).

The legislation contains a provision that would restrict EPA from spending more than $1 million to carry out its provisions.

"This is a joke," Boxer said. "And I know I speak for every single Democrat on this side -- we're appalled at this bill, and we're going to make it really hard to get this on the floor."

In its veto threat against the House bill, the White House said that the legislation would impose "arbitrary, unnecessary and expensive requirements" on EPA. Scientific organizations and environmentalists have also objected to the bill, while industry groups have lined up in support of its passage.

The Senate committee voted down two amendments offered by Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.). One would replace the bill's core language with a requirement that all funding sources for the studies that go into EPA rules be made publicly available. The other would stipulate that EPA could still use peer-reviewed science. Both failed in 9-11 votes.

By voice vote, the committee accepted an amendment co-sponsored by Boxer and Markey aimed at recent reports of state officials prohibiting the use of the term "climate change" in state documents. The amendment would ban officials from censoring terms that are commonly found in peer-review scientific literature.

Before voting against the overall legislation in the committee, Boxer said she looked forward to the debate that would likely occur on the Senate floor on the bill.

"I look forward to having a debate with the Republican Party on science," she said. "I think that's a definite debate that needs to be had."

In a brief interview in the Capitol after the vote, Inhofe said that he also anticipated the floor debate.

"I'm going to point out ... the faulty science that EPA has used on a lot of issues that are very expensive," he said.

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22 days ago - Via Google+ - View - Michael Weaver : 7 ways the GOProgressives have proven this week that there is only one party (Progressive American M...
7 ways the GOProgressives have proven this week that there is only one party (Progressive American Machiavellianism) that goes by two different names. H/T The Gateway Pundit

1) Lobbied and Voted for Obama’s Lawless Attorney General Nominee. 20 Republicans voted for cloture and helped confirm Loretta Lynch, a supporter of Obama’s lawless amnesty, to the top law enforcement position in the country. As Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) noted, we can now say that Obama has suffered absolutely no reprisal for an act that even King George could not do. What’s worse, Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) personally whipped for Obama on this vote!

2) Fought for Amnesty. McConnell and company pressured conservatives to drop amendments to a human trafficking bill. The Vitter and Sessions amendments would have ended birthright citizenship and closed a loophole for illegal alien human traffickers respectively. Instead, McConnell allowed a politically-motivated vote on a Democrat amendment pushed by the sexual identity cartel on the left, which would have discriminated against social service groups with religious beliefs. 10 Republicans voted for this amendment.

3) Didn’t Stand Up for Religious Freedom. Senate GOP leadership and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) are refusing to take up resolutions to disapprove of a pair of anti-religious freedom bigotry bills passed by the local D.C. government. Republicans have the ability to nullify those laws – one, forcing private employers to cover abortion services and the other forcing private schools to host transgendered and homosexual events – with simple majorities in both houses. They only have until May 4 to do so, but they are willing to consider every liberal priority under the sun before the deadline except for these resolutions. Issues pertaining to life, family values, and religious liberty are not welcome in the GOP-controlled Senate.

4) Pulling the Plug on Disapproving of Abortion-Mandate Bill. House Republicans initially marked up the resolution of disapproval to countermand the abortion-mandate bill of the D.C. City Council. But yesterday, CR got word that leadership has no interest in bringing the bill to the floor. In fact, they might pressure the committee chairman not to report the resolution to the floor, thereby preventing rank-and-file members from calling it up on the floor as a privileged motion.

5) Embraced Obamacare. What better way for Republicans to distinguish themselves from Democrats than by agreeing to eliminate the special health care subsidy given to members of Congress by the Obama administration? Under the law, members of Congress and their staffs cannot get any subsidies to shield themselves from the cost of the exchanges, yet Obama illegally wrote a rule granting them subsidies in contravention to the statute. When Sen. Vitter, as Chairman of the Small Business Committee, tried to subpoena the D.C. government in an attempt to ascertain which members of Congress helped secure these subsidies, he was rebuffed by his own members on the committee. Sens. Rand Paul (R-KY), Deb Fischer (R-NE), Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), Mike Enzi (R-WY), and Jim Risch (R-ID) joined with Democrats to oppose the subpoena. They gave every excuse under the sun, but it’s quite evident why they want to keep their subsidies.

6) Sketchy Accounting. Remember that $141 billion health care bill that passed Congress a few weeks ago? The one that will blow a $500 billion hole in the budget of 20 years? Now that Republican House and Senate negotiators are attempting to reconcile their differences over the annual budget blueprint, they have a minor problem. How do they tell the public they passed a balanced budget if they just enacted a new program costing $141 billion during the budget window? Well, Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) and Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) have the solution. They just added in spending offsets in the budget to make it balance – except that they declined to specify the origin of those cuts! Hey, it’s all accounting anyway.

7) Championed Obamacare Subsidies Through 2017. Speaking of Obamacare, Sen. Ron Johnson is leading a group of 31 Senators sponsoring a bill that will put the Republican stamp of approval on the odious law. Instead of embracing the potential Supreme Court killing of the Obamacare subsidies and harnessing it as an opportunity to push back against the price-hiking mandates, Johnson has agreed to allow the subsidies to stay through 2017 – without demanding any concessions on mandates.

#defundtheGOP today. Remove yourself from their membership, declare yourself as an independent (no party affiliation) and never, ever give to the party (only the candidate directly).

27 days ago - Via Google+ - View - Superior Freight Services Inc. : GAO to Investigate West Coast Port Congestion A U.S. senator asked the GAO (Government Accountability...
GAO to Investigate West Coast Port Congestion A U.S. senator asked the GAO (Government Accountability Office) to research the effects of the labor-related slowdown at West Coast ports. Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) released the letter she sent on April 15.…
GAO to Investigate West Coast Port Congestion - Superior Freight Services Inc.

1 month ago - Via - View - Montway Auto Transport : Sen. Deb Fischer (R.-NE) wrote to +US Department of Transportation Secretary Foxx last week regarding...
Sen. Deb Fischer (R.-NE) wrote to +US Department of Transportation Secretary Foxx last week regarding the FMCSA's release of a Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) information app, saying the app enhances public access to inaccurate data.

The +American Trucking Associations have been lobbying to remove non-fault accidents from motor carriers’ scores on the CSA system, which currently reflect all crashes, regardless of responsibility.
#truckers #trucking #motorcarriers  
Senator questions FMCSA priorities in developing app for 'inaccurate' carrier safety scores | Regulations content from Fleet Owner
A U.S. Senator who has promised legislation to reform the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) now wants to know why the agency recently released an app designed to provide streamlined mobile-device access to Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) data on trucking companies.
1 month ago - Via Google+ - View - Kerry Spillman : This is Senator Deb Fischer, and she is on a mission to find out why, after all the inaccuracies found...
This is Senator Deb Fischer, and she is on a mission to find out why, after all the inaccuracies found with #CSA, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration felt it was necessary to make an app for that.

Senior Editor David Tanner has a report on Senator Fischer's letter to #Transportation Secretary Anthony #Foxx regarding her concerns about #FMCSA and the app.
This is Senator Deb Fischer, and she is... - Land Line Magazine - The Official Publication of OOIDA | Facebook
This is Senator Deb Fischer, and she is on a mission to find out why, after all the inaccuracies found with CSA, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety...
1 month ago - Via Reshared Post - View - Land Line Magazine : This is Senator Deb Fischer, and she is on a mission to find out why, after all the inaccuracies found...
This is Senator Deb Fischer, and she is on a mission to find out why, after all the inaccuracies found with #CSA, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration felt it was necessary to make an app for that.

Senior Editor David Tanner has a report on Senator Fischer's letter to #Transportation Secretary Anthony #Foxx regarding her concerns about #FMCSA and the app.
This is Senator Deb Fischer, and she is... - Land Line Magazine - The Official Publication of OOIDA | Facebook
This is Senator Deb Fischer, and she is on a mission to find out why, after all the inaccuracies found with CSA, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety...
1 month ago - Via Google+ - View - Truck Matters : Sen. Deb Fischer Urges FMCSA to Remove ‘Inaccurate’ CSA Scores from App, Provide Disclaimers | Transport...
Sen. Deb Fischer Urges FMCSA to Remove ‘Inaccurate’ CSA Scores from App, Provide Disclaimers | Transport Topics Online | Trucking, Freight Transportation and Logistics News
Sen. Deb Fischer Urges FMCSA to Remove ‘Inaccurate’ CSA Scores from App, Provide Disclaimers | Transport Topics Online
In a letter to Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, Sen. Deb Fischer expressed hope that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration would remove from the agency’s QCMobile smartphone application Compliance, Safety, Accountability information that is deemed inaccurate.
1 month ago - Via - View - Bill Ries-Knight (Steelhoof) : Here is The List. People that have been elected to office that have decided to become obstructionists...
Here is The List.

People that have been elected to office that have decided to become obstructionists.  The pledge is short and to the point, but it fails the sniff test. 

 The phrase net increase in government revenue means that something as simple as charging more for lumber companies to harvest trees cannot happen.  

Why you may ask?  Because it it could easily be argued that the simple act of replanting trees is related to climate change.  Hence in another 20 years the fees will not change although the costs to manage will increase.  This means a net loss in operational costs to the US and an increase in Lumber Company Welfare.

_*The Pledge:
No Climate Tax Pledge:
I, ____________________, pledge to the taxpayers of the state of _____________ and to the American people that I will oppose any legislation relating to climate change that includes a net increase in government revenue.*_

The signatories: Current Pledges: 411
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