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The knee-jerk approach of those who want to control firearms may not be the solution.
– Gene Green
I have a lot of hard-working, blue-collar people in my district who are at the end of their unemployment benefits.
I support the free enterprise system, and I want companies to make money, but they shouldn’t be reaping profits from the deaths of their employees or former employees.
Floor time is valuable. Our leadership isn’t going to bring something up that’s going to take up floor time and not be successful.
If you’re going to do something to hurt the district I represent, I can’t vote for it.
Allowing for endless legal challenges or partisan political discussions is not the proper way to handle an issue that affects the entire scope of the environment and the economy.
More than 90 percent of what Planned Parenthood does nationally is preventive care – including cervical cancer screenings, breast cancer screenings, and family planning – mostly for women with low resources and income below the poverty line.
Refineries are very energy-intensive.
The Electoral College was necessary when communications were poor, literacy was low, and voters lacked information about out-of-state figures, which is clearly no longer the case.
Some of my toughest races are people I’ve known, because it gets more personal than it should be.
Our federal resources, our U.S. marshals, and the federal court system are being used, I think, by the private sector.
Every citizen’s vote should count in America, not just the votes of partisan insiders in the Electoral College.
We have lots of students graduating from our high schools, and you import the labor, then we’re not giving that opportunity to our own folks.
Punishment for putting patients at risk ought to reflect the gravity of manufacturing, distributing or selling counterfeit medications.
The Hunting Bayou and Greens Bayou watersheds have experienced major flooding over the years and are crying out for investment to protect the hundreds of thousands of residents and businesses in those areas.
In some cases, corporations engaged in this activity have as much as 16 percent of their profits generated through the holding of ‘janitor’s insurance.’
If you’re not worried, you’re not reasonable.
We should not continue to play politics with women’s health.
If the EPA cannot or will not act to halt the toxic e-waste trade to developing nations, then Congress should take action.
It is simply a moral obligation to make sure our nation’s heroes have a home to return to at night.
Cap and trade is not an easy one for refiners, so we tried to get some moderation in the bill, and we did, but not near as much I would like.
Many Americans are unaware that discarded electronics often contain lead, mercury, and other toxins and end up being salvaged under inhumane conditions in the developing world.
The significant regulatory impact of reclassifying broadband services is not something that should be taken lightly and should not be done without additional direction from Congress.
Congress should let HRSA release its guidance and analyze its impact before making changes to the 340B program that would harm safety-net hospitals and our vulnerable patients.
Having someone from Washington, California, or Chicago come in as a verifier, it shows the Hispanic community that Hispanic leaders support me.
As the pace of technology increases, the amount of toxic electronic waste is piling up at home and abroad.
People just don’t know what civilian prisoners of war are.
What auto and steel is to Ohio River Valley, refineries are to the oil regions. You wouldn’t tell Silicon Valley you’re going to put a moratorium on high-tech.
It’s no secret I was part of John Dingell’s whip team.
Shell and Exxon support export, but refiners like Valero could end up paying more for the crude oil.