Arizona Senate Committee Passes Bill to take on Unilateral EPA Rules over Intrastate Waters

PHOENIX (Mar. 20, 2015) This week, an Arizona Senate committee passed a bill that would help block unilateral EPA rules over “nonnavigable intrastate waters or waterways.” The bill previously passed the full House, and on Wednesday, the Senate committee vote was 4-3.

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Arizona House Passes Bill to take on Unilateral EPA Rules over Intrastate Waters

PHOENIX (Mar. 16, 2015) Last week, the Arizona House passed a bill that would help block unilateral EPA rules over “nonnavigable intrastate waters or waterways.” The vote was 34-24. Introduced by State Rep. Bob Thorpe (R-6) on Feb. 9, House Bill 2055 (HB2055) reads, in part: The Governor of this state must approve and the President…

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Arizona House Committee Passes Measure to Effectively Nullify Unilateral EPA Rules over Intrastate Waters

PHOENIX, Mar. 2, 2015 – Today, an Arizona state House Committee approved a measure that would require the state to block unilateral EPA agency rules over “nonnavigable intrastate waters or waterways,” an action that would make them nearly impossible to enforce.

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Arizona Senate Committee Passes Measure to Effectively Nullify New EPA Rules over Intrastate Waters

PHOENIX, Feb. 16, 2015 – Today, an Arizona state Senate Committee approved a measure that would require the state to block any EPA agency regulations over “nonnavigable intrastate waters or waterways.” The vote was 5-1. Introduced by Sen. Steve Pierce (R-Prescott), Senate Concurrent Resolution 1015 (SCR1015) directly challenges and would effectively nullify new rules over…

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DHS Raids Private Home, Seizes Car for Violating EPA Regs

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) acts everyday more like an autocratic government endowed with superpowers beyond anything every imagined by the men who framed our form of government. Consider this disturbing report filed by the Washington Times on August 1 about a DHS raid on a private residence in South Carolina to seize a car that couldn’t pass Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) muster.

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Missouri Anti-Agenda 21 Bill Moves Closer to the Governor’s Desk

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., May 8, 2014 – A bill that would protect property rights from Agenda 21 and other similar measures passed a Missouri senate committee on Tuesday, moving the bill one step closer to the governor’s desk.

House Bill 1647 (HB1647) was introduced on Jan. 29 by Rep. Mike Moon (R-157).  It passed the state house last month by a vote of 99-47, and will now go to the senate floor for concurrence. 

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