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-- It I thought it was interest thing if we get just by aggressively moment.
The senate majority -- saying that there should never have to be a choice between disaster relief and jobs there should.
It isn't the business of politics making choices tough choices is in -- why.
But we elect our governors like you senators.
-- well of course it's time to make tough choices by.
Choices are made by our leadership but that question here is they set up a false choice in the false choice was in a fund.
-- -- in our everything comes to a halt.
We're a state that has -- disaster declaration we're waiting federal funding on FEMA.
But this was a false choice saying that if He didn't if -- didn't pass is continuing resolution He wouldn't be funded but it involve other funding as well and it's -- now own the money's miraculously appeared and credibility damage has been done again to the federal government we can't we can't trust things being said.
It not -- -- at the agency level in this case vehement discovering that it have the money.
And the issue was whether or not to put three and a half million forward for a stopgap measure.
By the way which had been -- -- by the Republicans vs seven billion by the Democrats and and led by the senate majority.
-- leader Reid I mean this is staggering for the American people want to which right now we're we're we're all together and according to to.
And polls giving congress a whole whopping 12% approval rating.
-- you wonder what that proper sense thinking what we want our leadership to stop crying wolf and start forming solutions together I think that's what's needed.
What else is needed is to get this government under control.
In the latest poll showing that the federal government is regarded by nearly three fourths of Americans as the problem.
The greatest threat to our rights who the greatest threat to our will be.
Your joined with the second family in court is -- -- for the Supreme Court to have their rights their property rights there individual rights honored.
What are the -- that they'll prevail.
Well look Alaska values private property rights we think that He that that is the way forward with the opportunity and and liberty for us -- -- people.
It's not just Alaska though we're we're actually taken the lead on on the amicus brief over circling up other states as well to support the -- it's against the EPA's overreach on this.
We think it's time -- that.
The EPA start focusing on its federal mandate under the Clean Water Act and quit.
Quit picking on American citizens and focus on their federal lands and and their federal issues.
This actually -- out of an expanded view by the EPA of what constitutes a wetland.
They're new expanded definition expands Alaska's own definition of a wetland by 40%.
That means that in my own state the EPA.
By virtue of their unilateral decision extends their power.
And what you mean congress made that decision that determination and told EPA what would constitute -- -- surely that regulator didn't do that.
-- -- -- -- redefining it and in 88 what they call guidance at this point.
I couldn't resist the idea -- a little sarcastic for a because it's almost unthinkable what this this agency is doing.
On its own -- -- -- without standing up for Americans are not supposed to be picking on us now and running right over a couple of the -- And good for you again governor you're setting an example for all governors in this country.
To stand up for constituents even if they're not in your state.
They're going thank you good to have you here.