Mandate Madness: When Sue and Settle Just Isn’t Enough
9:00am in 2203 Rayburn House Office Building The Oversight and Government Reform Committee has focused a significant amount of attention this Congress on the red tape that is strangling economic growth and holding us back from prosperity. At today’s hearing, we will continue this inquiry by examining the highly questionable practice perfected by the Environmental Protection Agency – known as “Sue and Settle,” which has emboldened the Administration to pursue an ...
The JOBS Act in Action Part II: Overseeing Effective Implementation of the JOBS Act at the SEC
9:30am in 2247 Rayburn House Office Building
Assessment of the Transition from a Military to a Civilian-Led Mission in Iraq
9:15am in 2154 Rayburn House Office Building
The JOBS Act in Action: Overseeing Effective Implementation That Can Grow Jobs
2:00pm in 2154 Rayburn House Office Building
The Obama Administration’s Green Energy Gamble Part II: Were All The Taxpayer Subsidies Necessary?
10:00am in 2154 Rayburn House Office Building
Field Hearing “Tennessee Job Creation: Do Federal Government Regulations Help or Hinder Tennessee’s Economic Development?”
9:00am CST at S102 Business and Aerospace Building, Middle Tennessee State University, 1301 East Main Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37132 We have come to the Volunteer State to hear about the successes and struggles of job creation in Tennessee directly from elected officials and local job creators. Currently Tennessee’s unemployment rate sits lower than the national average at 7.8 percent, yet the economy continues to suffer, and job creators continue to live in fear of federal ...
Addressing Concerns about the Integrity of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Jobs Reporting
9:30am in 2154 Rayburn House Office Building When President Obama took office, he promised the American people he’d have “the most transparent administration in history.” From that point on – this was the standard to which Obama Administration would be held. Almost four years later, more and more it seems that by their own actions, this Administration is on the wrong side of transparency. The U.S. Department of Labor has jeopardized ...
Field Hearing – “EPA Overreach and the Impact on New Hampshire Communities”
9:00amET on Monday, June 4, 2012 at the Exeter Town Office Building, 10 Front Street, Exeter, New Hampshire As we begin this discussion, everyone here today cares about the health of the Great Bay Estuary and wants to work to improve it. Unfortunately, the methods employed by the EPA have created an economically unviable path for New Hampshire’s communities. Rather than take a reasoned approach to improve the estuary, the EPA has embarked on a costly nitrogen reduction ...