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Rep. Paul A. Gosar (R-Ariz.), who chaired much of the hearing, used the session for an outburst against EPA generally and especially Administrator Gina McCarthy. Gosar told Stanley Meiburg, the acting deputy administrator who also testified at the hearing, that Meiburg is in violation of the law because he continues to serve in that capacity after having been nominated for the full-time position.
The White House on Thursday dodged questions about whether a key adviser will testify in the House about his claims about how the Iran nuclear deal was reached, and instead lashed out at Republicans for opposing the deal.
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) filed an amendment to the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would strip out and replace language affirming the Defense secretary's ability to enlist anyone who is determined to be "vital to the national interest."
U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) is pushing a bill that would resolve a technical roadblock that officials say has stifled economic development in Flagstaff.
If you’re a high school student who wants to retire with a million dollars, you can do it simply by saving and investing $36 a week. For the price of two pizzas or six trips to Starbucks each week, you can have plenty of money when retirement age comes around.
ICE Director on How Many Illegal Aliens Were Charged With Felonies in FY2015: ‘We Don’t Have Those Numbers’
Pressed by Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) during a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing Thursday morning, Saldaña claimed the government has no way of knowing how many people who are living in the United States unlawfully have been charged with crimes
There is little dispute that campaign contributions can influence desired political outcomes. After all, money is the mother’s milk of politics. Some special interests buy favor that some politicians are seemingly too willing, and even sometimes eager, to sell.
CEO Patrick Ledger of Arizona’s G&T Cooperatives said his co-op is challenged to manage costs for its members because it lacks a full accounting of environmental compliance from the Western Area Power Administration, a key power provider.
U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) held a listening session April 11 in Kingman with local government officials and business leaders on a proposed 1.7-million-acre national monument in the Grand Canyon watershed.
For centuries, western states have fought over scarce water supplies. This scarcity led our visionary forefathers to build federal water storage projects throughout to provide water, hydropower, recreation, flood control and environmental benefits while adhering to state water rights.