Representative Heather Scott issued the following statement ahead of the January 18 Republican Caucus Meeting.
“There is a pressing need for the House to bring about reconciliation that is badly needed and that, I trust, we all desire. Allowing the circumstances surrounding me to spin further out of control will not serve the interests of the House or the people of Idaho. Our constituents deserve better than for us to continue being sidetracked by things that don’t affect them.”
“In retrospect, I should have chosen my words more carefully.
President Barack Obama’s designation of lands and waters as national monuments has amounted to more than 553 million acres over his eight years as president, which would cover the state of Texas three times, according to Media Research Center’s MRC TV.
MRC TV said that the Utah legislature opposed a move in Utah for the Bears Ears monument.
“Utah’s state legislature, however, opposed the unilateral land grab across party lines, with many speculating that Obama’s move is the latest in an attempt to limit efforts from incoming President Donald Trump to expand domestic energy production.”
While Obama created a marine preserve off the coast of Hawaii in the summer of 2016, reports show that it deprived the local fishing industry of $10 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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GOOD TRY MEDIA & ESTABLISHMENT TO PIT CONSERVATIVES AGAINST CONSERVATIVES TO TRY TO HIDE THE GROWING FREEDOM FOR IDAHO LIBERTY AGENDA:
The people of my district sent me to Boise to shake up the good old boy system.
Join fellow Idahoans January 30 at the Idaho Statehouse as they meet to protest Idaho’s education reforms. Buck the Core is the theme of the rally being organized by Idahoans for Local Education and Idaho Education Watch.
Featured speakers include:
The ALC urges Montana citizens to make their voices heard on proposed closures and restrictions on Montana’s waterways, entitled the “Quiet Waters Initiative”, before the quickly approaching deadline of January 13, 2017.
Several public meetings are being held across the state in the next few days (see below), and email comments can be sent to: QuietWaters@mt.gov
The “Quiet Waters Initiative” is a proposed change in rules [PDF] by the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Commission (FWPC) which has been trundling along quietly in the background for some months now.
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