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WASHINGTON – Today, seven other members of the House of Representatives from Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas joined Congressman French Hill (AR-02) in writing a letter to President Donald Trump asking him to include public and private stakeholders from waterway systems in his discussions and plans to improve our nation’s infrastructure.
The seven Members of Congress stressed the importance of including the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MKARNS) as part of infrastructure improvements.
WASHINGTON - Congressman French Hill (AR-02) released the following statement after the House passed a series of bills aimed to improve America’s energy infrastructure, modernize environmental laws, and enhance energy security:
WASHINGTON – Today, following the State Department’s decision to approve Keystone XL, Congressman French Hill (AR-02) stated:
WASHINGTON – Today, President Trump signed executive actions to advance the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines. Little Rock-based Welspun Tubular was contracted to build 700 miles of pipe for the Keystone XL. Welspun officials say that more than 350 miles of pipe lay idle at their Little Rock plant while awaiting approval to complete the project. Following today’s announcement, Congressman French Hill (AR-02) released the following statement:
WASHINGTON - Senator John Boozman, Senator Tom Cotton, Congressman Rick Crawford, Congressman French Hill, Congressman Steve Womack, and Congressman Bruce Westerman today issued the following statement in response to an announcement by the Department of Energy (DOE) to use Section 1222 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (P.L. 109–58) to partner with Clean Line Energy in an energy transmission project across Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.
WASHINGTON – Today Congressman French Hill (AR-02) released the following statement after the U.S. Supreme Court granted a stay, stopping the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) implementation of the Clean Power Plan: