Tags » Mike Enzi

The EPA Wants to Control Your Water Rights!

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., issued the following statement regarding the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) announcement of a proposed new rule which could grant the agency jurisdiction over most water in the country whether it’s on private property or not. 125 more words

Agriculture

Senate Considers Retaliation Options Against Crimea-Gobbling Russians.

Washington, D.C. – The United States should support the Ukraine during the ongoing escalation with Russia. But in the process, America shouldn’t give up its international influence and pick up the tab for $63 billion in international aid that has nothing to do with the crisis in Ukraine. 246 more words

Congress

Congress to Vote on Amending the Constitution to Strengthen State's Rights!

Restore federalism by letting states be a check against overreaching federal policies
Enzi introduces repeal amendment to Constitution

Washington, D.C. – The Founding Fathers envisioned states as a check against the federal government. 394 more words

Congress

Track the Money! Congress Demands More Accountability from Bureaucrats.

Senators introduce bipartisan bill requiring bureaucracy to disclose programs

 

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., joined a bipartisan coalition of senators today to introduce a bill that would require every federal agency to produce an annual report card for each of its programs. 432 more words

Congress

"Obama acts like he's in a candy store with a twenty-dollar bill" says Sen. Mike Enzi, Wyoming.

Washington, D.C. – Just two months ago, President Obama signed into law the Murray-Ryan budget deal that eroded deficit reductions from a previous budget agreement. The budget proposal the president introduced today is essentially a “Dear Santa” wish list for the president and his allies, according to U.S. 451 more words

Congress

The Destruction of the Senate. From Mike Enzi's Facebook.

Since the current majority in the Senate took control in 2007, the majority leader has systematically limited the power of senators to vote on important amendments in order to keep his party from facing politically dangerous votes. 36 more words

Endorsement