Congressman Rob Bishop (R-Utah) issued the following statement today after voting against the final version of the bailout legislation:
Rob Bishop Statement on Bailout Vote:
Members of Utah's Congressional delegation have announced that the U.S. Congress has passed a measure that will transfer federal lands currently held by the Army Corps of Engineers within Camp Williams to the State of Utah for use by the National Guard.
Congressman Rob Bishop, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, announced that the U.S. House of Representatives has approved millions of dollars in funding authorizations for military spending in Utah as well as a land transfer for the Utah National Guard at Camp Williams, as part of two defense-related bills passed today.
Hill Air Force Base may be receiving $5.4 million soon for the construction of a new fire station there, thanks to a provision sponsored by Congressman Rob Bishop (R-Utah). The funding is part of the annual Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Bill, which the U.S. House of Representatives approved early Friday morning.
Congressman Rob Bishop (R-Utah) today announced a new online survey that will allow school officials, parents, teachers, and community members to share their stories of how high energy prices are impacting Utah's schools. The Back to School Energy Survey, posted on the Republican portion of the House Education and Labor Committee website, will gather critical information about how schools are
House Republican leaders today introduced their comprehensive, "all-of-the-above" energy legislation, and in doing so relied heavily on provisions already contained in energy legislation authored by Congressman Rob Bishop, according to the Utah lawmaker's office.
Just days before the Independence Day holiday, multiple GOP Members of the House, including Congressman Rob Bishop of Utah, gathered in a room in the U.S. Capitol to sign a Declaration of American Energy Independence. The text is below, and a PDF of the complete document can be found here :