Senator John H. Hoeven's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Senate (ND) - Sr, Republican
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Issue Position: Economic Development Issue Position: Technology Issue Position: Energy Issue Position: Education Issue Position: Agriculture Issue Position: Taking Care of Our Seniors Issue Position: Quality of Life Issue Position: Health Care Reform 8/12/15 Hoeven: National Science Foundation Awards Nearly $200,000 to NDSU 8/12/15 Hoeven Announces $800,000 Grant for Bismarck Airport 8/12/15 Hoeven: USPS to Relocate, Expand Watford City Post Office 8/11/15 Hoeven Celebrates Groundbreaking of New Bobcat West Fargo Headquarters 8/11/15 Hoeven: Department of Justice to Award North Dakota Nearly $70,000 8/11/15 Hoeven: USDA Awards $577,700 in Federal Funding to North Dakota, Approves Loan of $564,000 for Sargent County 8/10/15 Hoeven: New Senate Education Bill Restores Local Control, Includes Hoeven-Klobuchar Provision to Support STEM Ed 8/10/15 Hoeven: HHS Awards More than $280,000 to University of North Dakota to Support Alzheimer's Research 8/10/15 Hoeven: Department of Education Awards $220,000 to Sitting Bull College 8/07/15 Hoeven: NDSU Awarded $72,500 for Medical Research 8/05/15 Heitkamp, Hoeven, Cramer Working to Support Sloulin Field International Airport in Williston 8/05/15 Hoeven: DOT Awards More than $9 Million to North Dakota Airports 8/05/15 Hoeven: UND Awarded Nearly $170,000 for Cyberinfrastructure Enhancements 8/05/15 Letter to Michael Huerta, Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration - Airport Expansion 8/04/15 Hoeven Announces More Than $60,000 Grant for Parshall Airport 8/04/15 Senate Energy Committee Approves Hoeven's BLM Mineral Spacing Legislation to Prevent Permitting Delays, Reduce Duplicate Regulations for Oil and Gas Wells 8/03/15 Hoeven: Senate Energy Committee Approves Measures to Ease Restrictions on Crude Oil, LNG Exports 8/03/15 Hoeven Statement on the EPA's New More Costly Carbon Emissions Rule 8/03/15 Letter to John Kerry, Secretary of State, and Anthony Dearth, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary - International Traffic in Arms Regulation 8/03/15 Hoeven Outlines Six-Year Highway Bill for Bis-Man Chamber; Bill Enables Nearly 160 New Projects to Advance Across State 8/03/15 Daines Leads 27 Senators in Urging State Department to Halt Misguided ITAR Changes 7/31/15 Hoeven Driver Privacy Act Passes as Part of Senate Highway Bill 7/31/15 Hoeven: DOT Awards Nearly $2 Million to Enhance Safety at North Dakota Airports 7/30/15 Hoeven: Senate Passes Six-Year Highway Bill, Measure Includes More than $1.6 Billion for North Dakota Roads 7/30/15 Hoeven: Congress Approves $3.3 Billion to Fill VA Shortfall, Reforms Choice Act to Improve Vets' Access to Local Care 7/29/15 Hoeven: USDA Awards More than $530,000 to North Dakota 7/29/15 Hoeven Announces $100,000 EDA Investment in NDSU Economic Development Program 7/28/15 Hire More Heroes Act of 2015--Continued 7/28/15 Hoeven Announces More than $620,000 in FEMA Grants to North Dakota Counties to Coordinate Border Protection 7/27/15 Hoeven: NSF Awards Nearly $460,000 to NDSU to Improve STEM Education 7/27/15 Hire More Heroes Act of 2015 7/27/15 Hoeven: Agriculture Appropriations Bill Renews Water Bank, Water Conservation Programs 7/27/15 Hoeven Announces More than $2.7 Million in DOT Funding for Midwest Rail Planning 7/24/15 Hoeven Announces $255,000 in Grant Funds for UTTC Minority Business Center 7/24/15 Hoeven Statement on Dedication of New Dakota Spirit AgEnergy Biorefinery 7/24/15 Hoeven: Department of Education Awards $200,000 to Pathfinder Services of North Dakota 7/24/15 Hoeven: Agriculture Appropriations Bill Provides Support for Expanded Ag Research 7/23/15 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 7/23/15 Hoeven, Stabenow Introduce Voluntary COOL Legislation 7/22/15 Letter to Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services - Planned Parenthood Funding 7/22/15 Hoeven: FEMA Awards More than $330,000 to Enhance Fire Safety in North Dakota 7/22/15 Hoeven Announces More than $287,000 HUD Grant for Bismarck