WASHINGTON, DC – On Monday evening, Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced a resolution with 36 cosponsors expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the Waters of the United States Rule, issued by the Environmental Protection Agency in 2015, be withdrawn.
After introducing the resolution, Congressman Gibbs released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC - This afternoon, Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced the Recreational Lands Self-Defense Act, a bill that expands Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens on water resources development projects owned and operated by the Army Corps of Engineers. While legislation passed in May 2009 opened National Park Service and National Fish and Wildlife Service lands to concealed-carry
WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman Bob Gibbs is announcing a new challenge for photography enthusiasts in the Seventh District. Residents can submit photos via email for consideration to be displayed in the Washington DC office.
WASHINGTON, DC – In an effort to provide clarification on the use and application of EPA-approved pesticides, Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced the Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act with bipartisan support earlier today.
WASHINGTON, DC – Earlier today, the House voted on a resolution of disapproval for a Department of Interior regulation called the Stream Protection Rule.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Bob Gibbs joined colleagues today in supporting S. Con. Res. 3, a budget resolution that takes the first steps in repealing Obamacare. The resolution, having previously cleared the Senate earlier this week, provides the opportunity to pass the measure with a simple majority in both chambers through a process called budget reconciliation.
WASHINGTON, DC – In an effort to give American cities and towns flexibility when complying with Environmental Protection Agency mandates, Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced the Water Quality Improvement Act today. The bill sets into law an EPA program called Integrated Planning, which gives cities, municipalities, and local governments the ability to prioritize projects and mand
WASHINGTON, DC – Continuing their efforts to rein in Washington bureaucrats, the House of Representatives passed the Regulatory Accountability Act on Wednesday evening. The legislation increases transparency and encourages public input during the rulemaking process while giving American businesses time to prepare for major regulations if those rules are being challenged in court.
WASHINGTON, DC – While the Presidential Inauguration is still 17 days away, the 115th Congress officially began this afternoon as Congressman Bob Gibbs was joined by 434 colleagues to be sworn in to office. Now in his fourth term, Congressman Gibbs will continue to focus on regulatory reform, an issue for which he cares passionately.
WASHINGTON, DC – On Thursday, the House passed legislation that authorizes water infrastructure projects critical to economic growth and environmental rehabilitation. The Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act, passed with bipartisan support, makes critical improvements to America’s ports, channels, locks, dams, and other infrastructure.