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Bishop, Committee Members Letter to the President


WASHINGTON, D.C., November 17, 2017 - TO: President Donald J. Trump

FROM: Chairman Rob Bishop, Chairman Emeritus Don Young, and Congressman and Subcommittee Chairmen
 
Dear Mr. President:

One year ago, the American People elected you to our highest office with a mandate to disrupt business as usual and to relieve our economy from unnecessarily burdensome, job-killing regulations. We are writing to offer our support to your efforts to reorganize the federal government in a way that ensures effective, efficient, and responsive service to the American people. As members of Congress, we have seen firsthand how rigid, top-down directives issued by Washington bureaucrats have resulted in ever-expanding missions for federal agencies. Often, these directives undermine federal and state partnerships in the responsible management of our natural resources

Read the entire letter HERE

Contact: Committee Press Office 202-226-9019

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