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111th Inhofe-EPW Congressional Accomplishments Report Released
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April 5, 2011

Posted by Matt Dempsey  

Inhofe-EPW Staff Release 111th Congressional Accomplishments Report

Creating Jobs for a Growing Economy

Link to Accomplishments Report - 111th Congress 

In the 111th Congress, Senator Inhofe advocated policies to help businesses create jobs and grow our economy. As the most conservative member of the U.S. Senate, according to National Journal in 2010, he understands that Washington should ensure that regulations and bureaucracy don't strangle job creation and economic growth. As the Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW), Senator Inhofe's primary concern was to stop job-destroying legislation and new regulations. Today the EPW minority staff released a report that chronicles Senator Inhofe's accomplishments in the 111th Congress, including his efforts to defeat global warming legislation, rein in the EPA's overreaching regulations, rebuild crumbling roads and bridges, and promote a robust energy economy.

The 111th Congressional Accomplishments report can be found at

Learn More about Senator Inhofe's Accomplishments:

108th Accomplishments

109th Accomplishments

Link to Annual Report for 2008

Link to Annual Report for 2009

Link to Annual Report for 2010


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