As we've seen before with the "Waters of the US" rule and their restrictions on power plants, the EPA completely ignores the costly and unwieldy regulations it enacts and doesn't consider the profound effect such rules can have on costs for both families and businesses. In a 5-4 ruling yesterday, SCOTUS decided that the "EPA strayed well beyond the bounds of reasonable interpretation in concluding that cost is not a factor relevant to the appropriateness of regulating power plants."


The opinion of five lawyers, not elected by the American people, should not and cannot define what millions of Americans affirm as the true and divine institution of marriage. Despite ruling two years previous that this decision rightly belonged to the elected officials in each state, the Supreme Court today removed the people’s right to uphold their own beliefs, which are based on deeply held religious and personal convictions, and instead chose to force their own definition of marriage onto the entire country.


Today the Supreme Court decided to ignore the plain text of the President’s signature law, but the Court’s ruling does not change the fact that Obamacare has increased healthcare costs for millions of Americans and slowed economic recovery under the shadow of a ballooning national debt. The result of a rushed and partisan agenda, The Affordable Care Act should be repealed and replaced to prevent further harm to American families and businesses.

Crawford Criticizes Finalized "Waters of the US" Rule

Washington, D.C. - Earlier this morning, the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced their completion of the final “Waters of the US” rule, which regulates what rivers, streams, and wetlands are subject to federal oversight. Farmers, builders, and electric utilitie...

Boozman, Cotton, Crawford Announce USDA Funding for McCrory, Cotter & Brinkley

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators John Boozman and Tom Cotton along with Congressman Rick Crawford (AR-1) today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) awarded rural development grants to the communities of McCrory and Cotter for first responder vehicles and equipment. USDA has approved a ...

Crawford Letter Requests "Strong Enforcement" of U.S. Trade Laws

Earlier this week, Congressman Rick Crawford sent a letter to Chairman Paul Ryan and Ranking Member Sander Levin of the House Committee on Ways and Means urging consideration of legislation granting stronger enforcement remedies for U.S. trade laws. While the letter acknowledges the positive econom...




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Yea Jun 25, 2015 RC# 389 H.R. 2200 CBRN Intelligence and Information Sharing Act of 2015
Nay Jun 25, 2015 RC# 388 H.R. 1295 Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015
Yea Jun 25, 2015 RC# 387 H.R. 1615 DHS FOIA Efficiency Act of 2015
Yea Jun 25, 2015 RC# 386 H.Res. 338 Providing for consideration of the Senate amendment to the House amendment to the Senate amendment t...
Yea Jun 25, 2015 RC# 385 H.Res. 341 Raising a question of the privileges of the House.
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