News from Congressman Westerman

Congressman Bruce Westerman's Weekly eNewsletter
Saturday, September 26, 2015

“The EPA has consistently avoided answering questions about the Gold King Mine disaster, even when under oath. Under oath, I requested drawings and design data from before the disaster, and I requested to know the name of any engineers who were involved in the planning and design of the Gold King Mine project. My requests have been repeatedly ignored by EPA Administrator McCarthy and her staff. Is the EPA admitting guilt through its silence or is the EPA just ignoring Congress? Whatever the answer, it is time for the EPA to own up to its failures and be forthcoming to the American people.” Click here for more about Westerman’s complaint against the EPA.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: Hill's guest: 'It's just all fantastic'
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: WASHINGTON NEWS IN BRIEF
Arkansas News Bureau: Arkansas lawmakers pay tribute to outgoing U.S. House speaker
Arkansas News Bureau: Arkansas lawmakers pledge to hold EPA accountable for Colorado spill
Arkansas News Bureau: Washington Digest: House votes to defund Planned Parenthood
Arkansas News Bureau: Westerman to hold town hall meeting via phone
Billings Gazette: Daines pushes for forest policy reforms tied to increased wildfire spending
The Caldwell County News: Arkansas Congressional Delegation Asks Energy Secretary To Address Oversight Concerns
Energy Guardian: Republicans rebuff Obama’s wildfire plan, press for action on House bill
Great Falls Tribune: Forest thinning policy talks heat up as fires cool down
Independent Record: Daines pushes for forest policy reforms tied to increased wildfire spending
KASU 91.9 FM: Delta Regional Authority, state and local partners invest $108M into Arkansas Delta economy
Missoulian: Daines, other GOP congressmen say wildfire fight needs policy change
National Society of Professional Engineers: Rep. Westerman, P.E., Files Complaint Against EPA with Colorado Licensing Board
Ravalli Republic: Daines, other GOP congressmen say wildfire fight needs policy change
Talk Business & Politics: Arkansas Congressional Delegation Responds To Speaker Resignation
Talk Business & Politics: Congressional Digest: Iran, Planned Parenthood And Energy
Washington Examiner: House GOP has seen enough: 'Abandon the modern filibuster'

It was an honor to have Hot Springs native and Johns Hopkins Medical School student, the future Dr. Rachael Pellegrino, as my guest for the Joint Meeting of Congress featuring Pope Francis Thursday, September 24.

Happening in Washington:
September 21: Getting It Done: Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act of 2015
September 22: Westerman Files Complaint Against EPA Over Gold King Mine Disaster
September 24: Is the EPA Guilty or Just Ignoring Congress’ Request for Information?
September 25: ICYMI: Westerman Marks Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week

Next week, my district staff will be traveling through west and northwest Arkansas hosting mobile offices. More information on mobile offices are available at the link below.

I will also host a telephone town hall on Tuesday, September 29, at 6:45 p.m. On a telephone town hall, you will be able to ask me questions and hear what concerns other constituents have, as well.If you would like me to call you for Tuesday night's town hall, click the following link to sign up:

Information on Upcoming Events:
September 29/October 1: Westerman Announces Western Arkansas Mobile Offices
September 29: Westerman to Host Telephone Town Hall Event

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Thank you for allowing me to serve the citizens of the Fourth District.


Bruce Westerman
Member of Congress

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