Senator Tim Scott's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Senate (SC) - Jr, Republican
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. Senate
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4/04/16 Senator Scott Joins Amicus Brief Challenging Obama Administration's Executive Action on Immigration 1/12/16 Senators Roberts, Scott & Gardner to Pres. Obama: Moving GITMO to Mainland Threatens National Security 1/12/16 Senators Roberts, Scott & Gardner to Sit Together at SOTU in Unified Opposition to President's GITMO Plan 1/05/16 Scott Statement on Obama's Newest Executive Action Restricting Americans' 2nd Amendment Rights 11/06/15 Scott: Obama Chooses Paris over American Jobs with Keystone Pipeline Rejection 4/27/15 Blog: Weekly Update from Senator Tim Scott 4/27/15 1/14/15 Senator Scott Statement on Governor Nikki Haley's Second Inauguration 12/26/14 Senator Scott Statement on Passing of Governor James Edwards 12/05/14 Senator Tim Scott Statement on Nomination of Ashton Carter for Secretary of Defense 6/26/14 Senator Tim Scott Statement on Supreme Court Decision Regarding Recess Appointments 1/01/14 The Contract from America 11/26/13 Senator Tim Scott, Senate Republicans File Supreme Court Amicus Brief on President's Unconstitutional "Recess" Appointments 11/21/13 Senator Scott Statement on Nuclear Option 7/18/13 Executive Session 7/18/13 Senator Scott Statement on Perez Nomination 5/29/13 Senator Tim Scott Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Rule on President Obama's Unconstitutional NLRB Appointments 5/15/13 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Complete Cooperation into IRS Investigation 3/07/13 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Effects of the Sequester 1/25/13 Senate Labor Committee Republicans Comment on Court Ruling that Obama Appointees to NLRB are Unconstitutional 4/04/12 Mixed Messages 1/05/12 Gov. Nikki Haley Joins Scott, Duncan in Condemning Obama's NLRB Recess Appointments 5/06/11 Letter to President Obama Regarding NLRB

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