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Tim Scott's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Senate (SC) - Jr, Republican
Date Title
Issue Position: Reform Our Tax Code
Issue Position: Win the War on Terror
Issue Position: Promote Our Values
Issue Position: Develop Clean Energy Solutions
Issue Position: Protect Our Second Amendment Rights
Issue Position: Immigration
Issue Position: Health Care
Issue Position: Stop Out-of-Control Spending
Issue Position: Protect Our Tenth Amendment Rights
Issue Position: Reduce Spending
Issue Position: Foreign Policy
Issue Position: Develop a Thriving Economy
June 25, 2015 Scott Praises Army Corps of Engineers' Unanimous Approval of Charleston Harbor Deepening Project
June 25, 2015 Senator Scott Reacts to Supreme Court's King v. Burwell Decision
June 22, 2015 Senator Scott Statement on the Confederate Battle Flag
June 22, 2015 Praying for Charleston
June 18, 2015 Senator Tim Scott Statement on Charleston Tragedy
June 17, 2015 Blog: Trade Promotion Authority Fears are Unfounded
June 10, 2015 Watchdog Identifies Multiple Data Security Deficiencies at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
June 10, 2015 Letter to Richard Cordray, Director of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection - Security of Financial Data
June 10, 2015 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency - EPA is Cheating Small Businesses in Carbon Rulemaking Process
June 10, 2015 National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2016
June 10, 2015 Senator Tim Scott Statement on Gov. Haley Signing Body Camera Legislation
June 9, 2015 Index Journal - Scott Tells of His Struggles During Stop at Goodwill
June 8, 2015 Independent Mail - U.S. Sen. Tim Scott Charges up the Crowd at Palmetto Boys State
June 5, 2015 Blog: Weekly Update from Senator Tim Scott
June 5, 2015 South Carolinians Could See As High as 33.6 Percent Increase in Premiums
May 27, 2015 Scott Supports Passage of Fix to 40-Mile Choice Act Eligibility for American's Veterans
May 27, 2015 Senator Scott on Administration's Attempt to Regulate Ponds and Ditches
May 27, 2015 Blog: University of South Carolina 2015 Commencement Speech
May 26, 2015 Senator Scott Statement on IRS Data Breach
May 26, 2015 WisTV - Sen. Scott Remains Optimistic on Widespread Use of Police Body Cameras
May 25, 2015 The Summerville Journal Scene - Summerville Honors the Fallen
May 25, 2015 Bluffton Today - Sen. Scott on Body Cameras
May 24, 2015 Senator Tim Scott Honors America's Troops and Veterans on Memorial Day
May 22, 2015 Senators Scott and Manchin Launch Prescription Drug Abuse Caucus
May 21, 2015 Blog: Ensuring Oversight and Transparency in our Trade Negotiations
May 21, 2015 Aiken Standard - Sen. Tim Scott on Body Cams: 'A Video is Worth a Thousand Pictures'
May 21, 2015 The Root - Possible Funding for Police Body Cameras Moves Forward in Congress, Thanks to Sen. Tim Scott
May 12, 2015 Letter to Thomas Perez, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor - Give Public More Time to Weigh in on Proposed Rule that Could Restrict Access to Retirement Advice
May 7, 2015 Ensuring Tax Exempt Organizations the Right to Appeal Act--Motion to Proceed--Continued
May 6, 2015 Roll Call - After Baltimore Riots, Scott Again Touts Body Cameras, Conservative Ideas
May 6, 2015 Aiken Standard - Editorial: A Clear Opportunity for Criminal Justice Reform
April 30, 2015 The Post and Courier - Unanimous Support to Rename Federal Courthouse for Judge J. Waties Waring
April 30, 2015 Graham, Scott Introduce Legislation to Rename Hollings Judicial Center in Charleston
April 27, 2015 Blog: Weekly Update from Senator Tim Scott 4/27/15
April 23, 2015 Letter to Sally Jewell, Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior - Increase Energy Production in Outer Continental Shelf
April 23, 2015 Graham, Scott, and Wilson Voice Concerns with Assessment Claiming Sharp Cost Increases for MOX Facility
April 22, 2015 The State - U.S. Sen. Tim Scott Calls for Senate Hearing on Police Body Cameras
April 22, 2015 Blog: Weekly Update from Senator Tim Scott 4/22/15
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