Senator David B. Vitter's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Senate (LA) - Sr, Republican
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4/15/14 Vitter Announces Growing Support for Bipartisan TSCA Reform Bill 4/03/14 Manchin Applauds Bipartisan 'Chemical Safety and Drinking Water Protection Act' Passage Out of Committee 11/20/13 Vitter Optimistic about WRDA Conference 11/08/13 Bennet, Vitter Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Protect States' Revenue Wrongfully Targeted by Sequester 11/01/13 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency - EPA's Carbon Listening Tour Bypasses Coal Country 10/30/13 Letter to Jo-Ellen Darcy, Assistant Secretary of Army for Civil Works and Nancy Sutley, Chairwoman Council on Environmental Quality - Unnecessary Expansion of Coal Export Review Would Undermine Jobs & Businesses 10/21/13 EPA Won't Appeal Court Decision on Wastewater Treatment Rule 8/06/13 Vitter: EPA Recognizes Problem with RFS Mandate, but Punts to 2014 7/22/13 Vitter: Administration Plans 2nd Offshore Wind Lease Sale Off East Coast 4/23/13 Letter to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Acting Administrator Bob Perciasepe - Avoid Expanding Water Regulations 4/19/13 Letter to White House Energy Advisor Heather Zichal - Truth on Energy Policy is Insightful 2/27/13 Sens. Toomey & Vitter Introduce Energy Production & Project Delivery Act 11/28/12 Gulf Lease Sale Far Behind Previous Levels 3/15/12 Vitter Says Obama's Energy Speech full of Misinformation 3/15/12 Syria 3/08/12 Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act 2/29/12 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Lowering Prices at the Pump 2/23/12 Vitter: Obama Doesn't Address Keystone XL in Energy Speech 2/23/12 Times-Picayune - Louisiana Delegation Finds Fault with President Barack Obama's Comments on Oil Industry 1/25/12 Letter to President Obama 1/24/12 Vitter Welcomes Focus on Energy Policy in State of the Union Address 11/08/11 3% Withholding Repeal and Job Creation Act 11/08/11 Letter to Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Interior for the U.S. Department of the Interior 10/11/11 Roll Call - Energy Lease Action Can Boost Economy 9/14/11 Vitter Introduces Bill to Audit Federal Subsidies for Green Jobs 8/12/11 The Hill - Obama Administration to Launch Brazil Energy Partnership Next Week 6/23/11 Vitter Comments on Obama Administration's Plan to Tap Strategic Petroleum Reserve 5/23/11 Easing the Burden on Small Businesses so They Can Continue Creating Jobs 5/20/11 Members of Louisiana Delegation Reiterate Request for Obama/Daley Meeting on Gulf Drilling 5/17/11 Landrieu, Vitter Announce Opposition to Both Democratic, Republican Energy Bills 5/17/11 Offshore Production and Safety Act of 2011 5/11/11 Washington Examiner - Hiking Energy Taxes and Limiting Supplies Won't Bring Gas Prices Down 5/06/11 Vitter to Obama: Louisiana Could Teach You that We Can "Drill Our Way Out" of Many Economic Woes 4/25/11 Gas Prices Still Rising, Obama Still Not Getting It 3/31/11 Boozman Works to Put America on Path to Energy Independence 3/31/11 Washington Examiner - The Fight For Lower Gas Prices Starts at Home 3/31/11 Hatch, Vitter Unveil Major Bill to Unlock Domestic Energy Sources in Utah, U.S. 3/31/11 Rep. Bishop and Sen. Vitter Introduce Bicameral Legislation to Develop Energy, Create Jobs and Reduce Deficit 3/30/11 Sen. Vitter: President Obama's Energy Speech Doesn't Match Action 3/30/11 U.S. Energy Production 3/11/11 Vitter Comments on Obama Press Conference about Gas Prices, Energy Exploration 3/07/11 Vitter to WH: Let's Look for More Production at Home, Not Abroad 2/15/11 Vitter to Block Interior Department Nominee Until Drilling Permits Issued 1/20/11 National Review Online - Required Reading for the President 1/19/11 Letter to Jacob J. Lew, Director of the Office of Management and Budget 12/15/10 Boemre Papau, New Guinea Visit 9/13/10 Vitter Offers Statement at Moratorium Hearing in Lafayette 4/01/10 Letter to the The Honorable Ken Salazar 2/23/10 Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010 9/22/09 Department Of The Interior, Environment, And Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010--Continued