More on 10th Amendment
May 21, 2014 Press Release
WASHINGTON— Congressman Rob Bishop (UT-01) today joined with 20 fellow Members of Congress to introduce the Repeal Amendment [H.J. Res. 115].
December 5, 2013 In The News
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December 4, 2013 In The News
Bishop Attends ALEC Annual Policy Conference
September 27, 2013 In The News
By Adam FreedmanBoth Right and Left are telling Washington to back off. Summer 2013
June 28, 2013 Op-Ed and Speech
Though not specifically named in the document, the principles of "separation of power" and of "Federalism" were designed to insure individual liberty. By Rep. Rob Bishop
June 28, 2013 Legislation
The Federal Land Freedom Act gives States the power to develop all forms of energy on the federal land located within their borders. It will allow the safe, effective, and robust development of federal resources without bureaucrats in the federal government getting in the way.
June 25, 2013 In The News
BY Lindsey Burke, Heritage FoundationOn Thursday, lawmakers in both the House and the Senate introduced a conservative alternative to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). The Academic Partnerships Lead Us to Success Act (A-PLUS) would allow states to completely opt out of the programs that fall under NCLB and empower state and local leaders to direct funding to their most pressing education needs.
The Coal Residuals Reuse and Management Act of 2013 (H.R. 2218), would stop EPA's pending coal ash rulemaking, which has lingered since the agency last took comments in late 2011. EPA in 2010 proposed regulating waste ash sent to landfills and impoundments as a hazardous waste, which prompted industry concerns over impacts to ash recyclers.
June 13, 2013 In The News
By Michael Carnuccio The Liberty Foundation of Oklahoma Libertyfound.org People thrive on competition. We should apply the relevant adjective "competitive" to the abiding concept "federalism" to illuminate the inherent advantage of a truly federal system of government.
May 22, 2013 In The News
By CHRISTINA CORIER, Wall Street Journal [read online here] As the battle over Medicaid expansion rages in the states, supporters of expansion have dusted off an age-old favorite in making the case for taking federal dollars. They say: If our state doesn't take the money, those dollars will go to some other state instead.