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Sorry Kids, SCHIP Fails Again

To the surprise of no one, the House failed today to override Bush’s veto of SCHIP, the popular children’s health care program. Foreseeing this
Jul 31, 2020

Sorry Kids, SCHIP Fails Again

Sorry Kids, SCHIP Fails Again

To the surprise of no one, the House failed today to override Bush’s veto of SCHIP, the popular children’s health care program. Foreseeing this
To the surprise of no one, the House failed today to override Bush’s veto of SCHIP, the popular children’s health care program. Foreseeing this
Jul 31, 2020

Vitter Still Loves Him Some Earmarks

Vitter Still Loves Him Some Earmarks

Sen. David Vitter, (R-LA), is doing everything he can to keep his earmark-loving reputation alive by seeking roughly $1.1 billion earmarks in the federal 2010
Sen. David Vitter, (R-LA), is doing everything he can to keep his earmark-loving reputation alive by seeking roughly $1.1 billion earmarks in the federal 2010
Jul 31, 2020

Florida industry leader Barney Bishop tells Fox EPA ‘killing’ the economy

Florida industry leader Barney Bishop tells Fox EPA ‘killing’ the economy

Speaking on Fox Business’ America’s Nightly Scorecard yesterday, Associated Industries of Florida CEO Barney Bishop lashed out at the Obama administration — arguing that overregulation, specifically on the part of the federal Environmental Protection Agency, is “killing” the economy. # As head of Associated Industries, Bishop has been highly critical of the EPA, specifically for proposing a set of numeric nutrient criteria to stave off nutrient pollution in Florida waterways. The criteria would likely help rid Florida of its fish kills and algal blooms (the result of phosphorus and nitrogen, often present in industry waste), but would also cost agriculture and utility groups millions.
Speaking on Fox Business’ America’s Nightly Scorecard yesterday, Associated Industries of Florida CEO Barney Bishop lashed out at the Obama administration — arguing that overregulation, specifically on the part of the federal Environmental Protection Agency, is “killing” the economy. # As head of Associated Industries, Bishop has been highly critical of the EPA, specifically for proposing a set of numeric nutrient criteria to stave off nutrient pollution in Florida waterways. The criteria would likely help rid Florida of its fish kills and algal blooms (the result of phosphorus and nitrogen, often present in industry waste), but would also cost agriculture and utility groups millions.
Jul 31, 2020
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