U.S. Sen. John Barrasso is again calling for scrutiny of a company with strong ties to China receiving taxpayer money from the Biden administration’s Department of Energy as part of its green energy push.
The Biden administration plans to hold a meeting with American oil executives to discuss ways to support Ukrainian energy needs after two years of aggressively trying to stop American oil production.
President Joe Biden campaigned that he was “going to end oil” and, from his first day in office, went about trying to make good on that promise.
U.S. Sens. John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis don’t agree on how they would like to see Senate Republicans move forward with deciding leadership for the next term. Barrasso is calling for the vote on Wednesday, Lummis wants to wait until Georgia is decided.
Barrasso said it didn’t make any sense for Biden administration officials to attend a global climate change conference as it contributes directly to carbon emissions when they could have participated via videoconference.
14760 Keep Reading | 555 words
Sen. Barrasso said the U.S. must finish building the wall and reinstate the “Remain-In-Mexico” policy.
After much back and forth between Congressional Democrats and Republicans, a new coronavirus relief package was approved by both the Senate and House of Representatives on Monday.
U.S. Sen. John Barrasso confirmed on Sunday during an appearance on Fox News with Chris Wallace that former Vice President Joe Biden was the president-elect and would take over the seat from President Donald Trump in just one month.
U.S. Sen. John Barrasso hailed the new coronavirus vaccine that is up for approval by the Food and Drug Administration this week as a game-changer in medicine, comparing it to the discovery of penicillin and insulin as medications.
U.S. Sen. John Barrasso spent his Thanksgiving overseas, celebrating with Wyoming soldiers who are helping defend the country.
U.S. Sens. John Barrasso and Mike Enzi agreed that Judge Amy Coney Barrett was the best person to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg on the Supreme Court.
U.S. Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso were two of 44 senators that voted to pass the bill through the Senate on Wednesday. It was mostly Republicans who voted to pass the bill, and a majority of Democrats (51 total senators) who voted it down.
Former Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal joined family and friends on Friday to be presented his official portrait.
Last week the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee heard testimony about the possibility of providing a financial incentive for the development of non-lethal, innovative technologies that reduce conflict between human and wildlife predators.
Gov. Mark Gordon has the fifth-highest approval rating of U.S. governors, according to new polling by Morning Consult, a Washington, D.C.-based media and technology company.
Imagine being a commercial sheep producer in Wyoming and losing 15 percent of your annual lamb crop to a federally protected predator. Then as each year passes, your livestock losses increase as more of those federally protected predators concentrate depredations on your flocks. The losses climb so that fully half of your lamb crop is lost to these predators.
The end of the special investigation into President Donald Trump’s campaign by Special Counsel Robert Mueller should free members of Congress to focus on important issues, according to members of Wyoming’s congressional delegation.