Senator Timothy 'Tim' E. Scott's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Senate (SC) - Jr, Republican
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Issue Position: Foreign Policy Issue Position: Develop Clean Energy Solutions Issue Position: Health Care Issue Position: Protect Our Tenth Amendment Rights Issue Position: Immigration Issue Position: Reform Our Tax Code Issue Position: Stop Out-of-Control Spending Issue Position: Develop a Thriving Economy Issue Position: Protect Our Second Amendment Rights Issue Position: Win the War on Terror Issue Position: Promote Our Values Issue Position: Reduce Spending 7/30/15 Booker Joins Congressional Coalition to Increase Investments in Distressed Communities 7/30/15 Prohibiting Federal Funding of Planned Parenthood Federation of America--Motion to Proceed 7/28/15 Letter to Andrew Slavitt, Acting Administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services - Federal Health Insurance Marketplace 7/28/15 Senators Introduce Legislation to Defund Planned Parenthood, Safeguard Women's Health Funding 7/24/15 Letter to Tom Perez, Secretary of Labor - Give the Public More Time to Weigh in on Overtime Proposal 7/22/15 Letter to Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services - Planned Parenthood Funding 7/14/15 Every Child Achieves Act of 2015 7/02/15 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Ernest Moniz, Secretary of the Department of Energy, and Tom Vilsack, Secretary of the Department of Agriculture - The Need for Use of Biomass Energy to Spur Economic Growth 6/30/15 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Tom Vilsack, Secretary of Agriculture, and Ernest Moniz, Secretary of Energy - Biomass Energy 6/25/15 Scott Praises Army Corps of Engineers' Unanimous Approval of Charleston Harbor Deepening Project 6/25/15 Senator Scott Reacts to Supreme Court's King v. Burwell Decision 6/22/15 Senator Scott Statement on the Confederate Battle Flag 6/22/15 Praying for Charleston 6/18/15 Senator Tim Scott Statement on Charleston Tragedy 6/17/15 Blog: Trade Promotion Authority Fears are Unfounded 6/10/15 Watchdog Identifies Multiple Data Security Deficiencies at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 6/10/15 Letter to Richard Cordray, Director of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection - Security of Financial Data 6/10/15 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency - EPA is Cheating Small Businesses in Carbon Rulemaking Process 6/10/15 National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2016 6/10/15 Senator Tim Scott Statement on Gov. Haley Signing Body Camera Legislation 6/09/15 Index Journal - Scott Tells of His Struggles During Stop at Goodwill 6/08/15 Independent Mail - U.S. Sen. Tim Scott Charges up the Crowd at Palmetto Boys State 6/05/15 Blog: Weekly Update from Senator Tim Scott 6/05/15 South Carolinians Could See As High as 33.6 Percent Increase in Premiums 5/27/15 Scott Supports Passage of Fix to 40-Mile Choice Act Eligibility for American's Veterans 5/27/15 Senator Scott on Administration's Attempt to Regulate Ponds and Ditches 5/27/15 Blog: University of South Carolina 2015 Commencement Speech 5/27/15 Letter to Andy Slavitt, Acting Administrator of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services - Identity Theft 5/26/15 Senator Scott Statement on IRS Data Breach 5/26/15 WisTV - Sen. Scott Remains Optimistic on Widespread Use of Police Body Cameras 5/25/15 The Summerville Journal Scene - Summerville Honors the Fallen 5/25/15 Bluffton Today - Sen. Scott on Body Cameras 5/24/15 Senator Tim Scott Honors America's Troops and Veterans on Memorial Day 5/22/15 Senators Scott and Manchin Launch Prescription Drug Abuse Caucus 5/21/15 Blog: Ensuring Oversight and Transparency in our Trade Negotiations 5/21/15 Aiken Standard - Sen. Tim Scott on Body Cams: 'A Video is Worth a Thousand Pictures' 5/21/15 The Root - Possible Funding for Police Body Cameras Moves Forward in Congress, Thanks to Sen. Tim Scott 5/12/15 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