Cattle Call: Counties Must Have a SaySee More Videos
Rep. Lummis spoke on the House floor about a hearing on the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) proposed rule on Planning 2.0. This rule, if finalized, puts state, county and local input at risk for future federal land and resource management decisions. Under current law, the BLM is required to take this input into account. However, the new rule would give BLM discretionary authority to reduce local governments’ input in important resource management decisions for years to come.
Cattle Call: Email PrivacySee More Videos
The House acted to pass H.R. 699: the Email Privacy Act. Rep. Lummis cosponsored and voted for this legislation to ensure that emails are protected by requiring law enforcement to obtain warrants for this virtual property when conducting criminal investigations, bringing email standards in line with those already established for wire-taps.
Cattle Call: Wyoming Witnesses Highlight Real ConservationSee More Videos
In Washington Rep. Lummis held two hearings and participated in a third on how to make the Endangered Species Act work better for species and people. Two Wyoming witnesses joined to testify on the issues that Wyoming communities face when lawsuits tie up boots-on-the-ground conservation in courtrooms.
Cattle Call: 4-H Forms the Leaders of TomorrowSee More Videos
In Washington Rep. Lummis welcomed a group of upstanding 4-H students from Wyoming who were visiting for the National 4-H Conference.
Cattle Call: Standing Strong this EasterSee More Videos
After being given a deadline by Congress, and under pressure from the House in particular, Secretary of State John Kerry designated the violence and murder committed by ISIS in the Middle East as genocide. Religious minorities and especially Christians are facing this radical Islamic terrorism every day. This terrorism also spread to Europe yet again with suicide bombers in Brussels, Belgium killing more than 30 and wounding over 200. America needs to stand strong against the threat of radical Islamic terrorism, especially as regards ISIS, and the President needs to present a clear, decisive strategy to defeat and destroy this threat before more innocents suffer.
Wheatland High School in D.C.See More Photos
Rep. Lummis met with a group of students from Wheatland High School while they were visiting Washington, D.C.
WY 4H in the Nation's CapitolSee More Photos
Rep. Lummis met with a group of Wyoming's 4H students, likely some of the future leaders for both the state of Wyoming and the nation.
UW Pharmacy StudentSee More Photos
Rep. Lummis was pleased to meet with Justine (second from the left) a young woman from Lander attending University of Wyoming's School of Pharmacy.
Christie of Riverton Visits Rep. LummisSee More Photos
Christie, one of five native youth leaders nationally recognized as 2016 Champions for Change, spoke with Rep. Lummis about her efforts and accomplishments in art, culture, volunteering, and leading youth in her community in Riverton.
Park County Coalition Against Substance AbuseSee More Photos
Rep. Lummis met with Park County Coalition Against Substance Abuse and West park hospital during their time in Washington, D.C.
@CynthiaLummis This prevents President Obama from unilaterally disarming our missiles that defend us 24/7 & is the most affordable leg of the nuclear triad
@CynthiaLummis Passed the National Defense Authorization Act that I & colleagues amended to ensure US intercontinental ballistic missiles are kept on alert