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Congressman Rob Bishop

Representing the 1st District of Utah

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March 23, 2007 Press Release
 Washington, DC--- Utah First District Congressman Rob Bishop, a Member of the House Armed Services Committee, announced today that he was able to secure funding and score major victories for Utah defense interests as part of H.R.
March 23, 2007 Press Release
 Aiming to protect one of Utah's valuable military assets, First District Congressman Rob Bishop today successfully guided H.R.
March 23, 2007 Press Release
 Republican Congressman Rob Bishop responded tonight to the State of the Union address by President George W. Bush.  Some of his comments are below:
March 23, 2007 Press Release
 With Congress reconvening for the start of the New Year, Speaker Dennis Hastert has announced that Republican Congressman Rob Bishop (UT01) has been appointed to serve on the powerful House Rules Committee for the 109th Congress.
March 23, 2007 Press Release
 Maintaining his goal to defend a national military asset, First District Congressman Rob Bishop today joined with a broad coalition in announcing the reintroduction of a House bill that seeks to protect the Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR), create tens of thousands of acres of wilderness, and block the potential storage of high level nuclear waste at the proposed PFS site on the Goshute Reserv
March 23, 2007 Press Release
 The Utah Congressional delegation announced today the inclusion of a provision in the Defense Authorization Conference Report which will protect the Utah Test and Training Range, create wilderness in Utah's west desert, and significantly impede the transportation of high level nuclear waste to Skull Valley.
March 23, 2007 Press Release
 President Bush late today signed into law H.R.
March 23, 2007 Press Release
 The U.S. House of Representatives passed today, by a margin of 216-214, the final version of the Deficit Reduction Act, which will reduce government spending and cut the deficit. By slowing the growth of federal outlays and reforming portions of the government's annual mandatory spending, the overall bill will save taxpayers nearly $40 billion over the next five years - about $300 per taxpayer.
March 23, 2007 Press Release
 With Congress still organizing as it starts a new session, Republican Congressman Rob Bishop (UT01) announced today that he has been appointed to positions on the Armed Services Committee, Resources Committee, and Education & Workforce Committee.  These three committees, all of which handle issues directly tied to and impacting Utah, topped the list of Congressman Bishop's requests for assign

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