Today, the U.S.
Today the U.S. House of Representatives considered and voted on the proposed Democratic budget for Fiscal Year 2009. Republican Congressman Rob Bishop opposed the budget and the tax increases it included, and he released the following statement following the vote:
The House Committee on Natural Resources has cleared a bill sponsored by Congressman Rob Bishop which would enable a land exchange between Bountiful City and the U.S. Forest Service. The legislation, H.R.
Today in Washington, President Bush sent to the Congress his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2009. While it is historic in its size, and there could be much to comment on, Republican Congressman Rob Bishop issued the following statement touching so far on only two portions of the proposed budget – portions which would have a direct impact in the Beehive State. Those statements are below.
Upon hearing the news of the passing of LDS Church President Gordon B. Hinckley, Congressman Rob Bishop issued the following statement Sunday evening:
Congressman Rob Bishop, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, has announced that the final Congressional spending bill of the year contains almost $50 million in funding for military construction projects in Utah.