Missouri U.S. Senator Roy Blunt was quick to respond to President Obama’s proposals under his plan to combat global warming. Earlier this week, Blunt appeared at a Republican Senate news conference to charge that the President Obama’s energy policies will raise the cost of energy and cut American jobs. You can view Sen. Blunt’s remarks… Read More Senator Blunt responds to the President’s plans for the environment
In a press release, the National Association of Manufacturers (6/26) released excerpts of a speech President and CEO Jay Timmons will delivered at the Independent Petroleum Association of America’s midyear meeting about President Obama’s plan to impose more regulations on energy producers through the Environmental Protection Agency. “President Obama today revealed his most ambitious regulatory agenda yet,… Read More NAM: President’s Plan – As EPA regulations increase, jobs decline
Armed with an advanced copy of President Obama’s speech on global warming, Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R-Mo. 2) took to the floor of the U. S. House of Representatives to talk about the toll the president’s policies would take on American business. You can watch Cong. Wagner’s speech here.
Our elected representatives in Congress are giving away too much authority, with no way to get it back. That’s the central message brought to Washington D.C. by the leadership of Associated Industries of Missouri during its annual trip to Capitol Hill. AIM president Ray McCarty says his group brought a long list of concerns to… Read More McCarty recounts successful trip to Washington D.C.
Earlier this week, President Obama outlined a wide-ranging plan to combat global warming that would for the first time put limits on carbon pollution from new and existing power plants. Find out more about what the President said in this article from the Associated Press in Washington D.C. Click here
Click on the link below to watch Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R-Mo.2) address the House of Representatives recently on the overreach by the federal government and its detriment to small business. Click this link.
Associated Industries of Missouri president Ray McCarty headed a group of business leaders as they made their annual visit to Capitol Hill this week. Leaders in the Missouri healthcare, retail, utility, manufacturing and mining industries were in attendance. Attendees included small and large Missouri employers. All the way from sequestration’s impact on Missouri business to… Read More AIM board members take issues to Capitol Hill