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09.28.11

Hoeven Dedicates Amazon's Expansion Facility

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -Senator John Hoeven, along with company, state and local officials, today dedicated a 30,000-square-foot facility that will expand Amazon's customer service operations in Grand Forks. At the ceremony, Hoeven attributed the company's growth to North Dakota's pro-business climate and thanked Amazon for its continued investment in the state. Amazon's expansion is expected to create 200 full-time jobs, plus additional seasonal jobs. "For more than 10 years, Amazon has been an im… Continue Reading


09.28.11

Hoeven: Thank You For Voting for Minot's Winning Park

MINOT, N.D. - Senator John Hoeven today thanked all who voted for Minot's Oak Park to win funds through Coca-Cola's Summer Campaign and complimented the city's civic spirit. Oak Park won the "America's Favorite Park" contest and received a $100,000 grant through the Coca-Cola Live Positively initiative. "Oak Park's national recognition and grant is very welcome news for a community that has endured so much this year," Senator Hoeven said. "After this spring's flood, we're seen a tremendous outp… Continue Reading


09.27.11

Statement of Senator John Hoeven on the Death of Former Congressman Rolland Redlin

WASHINGTON - Senator John Hoeven today issued the following statement on the death of former North Dakota State Legislator and Congressman Rolland Redlin, who died Friday in Rapid City, S.D. "Rolland Redlin dedicated his life to public service and the people of North Dakota, both in his community and in politics. In Congress and the North Dakota State Legislature, he worked to better our state and nation. We will miss him. "Mikey and I extend our deepest sympathies to his wife Christine, their… Continue Reading


09.27.11

Statement of Senator John Hoeven on U.S. Senate Passage of a CR to Continue Funding the U.S. Government

WASHINGTON - Senator John Hoeven today issued the following statement after last night's passage in the U.S. Senate of a continuing resolution to fund the U.S. government through Nov. 18: "Last night, the U.S. Senate passed a continuing resolution that will ensure the continued operation of the federal government through November 18. The measure also includes $2.65 billion for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for Fiscal Year 2012 to continue recovery efforts following natural disa… Continue Reading


09.24.11

Hoeven Honors Guard Members, Families at Send-Off Ceremony

BISMARCK, N.D. - Senator John Hoeven today joined with the community to honor 57 members of the North Dakota National Guard who will soon deploy for a mission in Kosovo. Hoeven thanked the soldiers and their families for their sacrifices and commended their patriotism during a send-off ceremony at the Army Aviation Support Facility. "Today we honor these brave soldiers and their loved ones, who are once again answering our nation's call to serve and making tremendous sacrifices on our behalf,… Continue Reading


09.23.11

Conrad, Hoeven Back F-M Flood Protection Plan

Washington - In a key meeting with senior leaders from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Senators Kent Conrad and John Hoeven today endorsed a proposal for permanent flood protection for the Fargo-Moorhead region. "Although the Fargo - Moorhead region has suffered some of its worst flooding in recent years, experts warn that it is only a matter of time until the area is hit with even more catastrophic flooding," the Senators told the Corps leaders. "This flood protection project is vital to… Continue Reading


09.23.11

Delegation Announces Grant of More Than $500,000 to UTTC

Washington - Senators Kent Conrad and John Hoeven and Congressman Rick Berg announced today that United Tribal Technical College in Bismarck will receive a $567,433 federal grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA). "This grant is an investment in North Dakota's future workforce. The funding will help create and sustain jobs and allow UTTC to continue to promote education and long term economic growth," the delegation said in a joint statement. The EDA grant supports the crea… Continue Reading


09.22.11

Hoeven: TAA Passage Clears Way for Free Trade Agreements

WASHINGTON - Senator John Hoeven said that the U.S. Senate's passage this evening of Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) legislation should clear the way for implementation of three, long-pending free trade agreements that will mean billions in economic activity for American farms and businesses, and hundreds of thousands of jobs for U.S. workers. "Now that TAA has been approved, the President needs to send these three trade agreements to Congress for approval as soon as possible," Hoeven said. "… Continue Reading


09.22.11

Hoeven, Fargo Leaders Strategize for Permanent Flood Protection

WASHINGTON - Senator John Hoeven today met with Fargo Mayor Dennis Walaker and Deputy Mayor Tim Mahoney to prepare a unified approach for securing permanent flood protection in Fargo-Moorhead ahead of tomorrow's meeting of the Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Review Board. The Senator and local officials will attend tomorrow's Corps meeting to press for the locally preferred Fargo-Moorhead permanent flood protection plan. "Nearly annual flooding in the Red River Valley over the past few year… Continue Reading


09.22.11

Hoeven: Appropriations Committee Votes Out Key Bills

WASHINGTON - Senator John Hoeven today outlined features in a number of key appropriations bills that affect North Dakota that were passed Wednesday night in the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, on which he serves. The measures include support for increased CDBG funding for flood impacted North Dakota communities, a review of Souris River system management, Grand Forks Air Force Base, an accountability measure in the President's health care bill and other provisions benefiting North Dakota … Continue Reading


09.22.11

Hoeven, Klobuchar Wage Bison, Hotdish on Saturday's Game

WASHINGTON - Senators John Hoeven and Amy Klobuchar today announced that they have agreed to a friendly wager on the outcome of Saturday's football game between the North Dakota State University Bison and the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers. If the Bison win, Klobuchar will provide Hoeven with her 'award-winning' Taconite Tater Tot Hotdish. If the Gophers win the game held in Minneapolis, Hoeven will send a gift of North Dakota-raised bison steaks to Klobuchar. Hoeven and Klobuchar ha… Continue Reading


09.21.11

North Dakota - Minnesota Leaders Urge President to Support F-M Flood Protection Project

Washington - Congressional leaders from North Dakota and Minnesota today urged President Obama to support the Fargo--Moorhead region's effort to secure permanent flood protection and include funding to advance the project in his budget for the next fiscal year. "We recognize that this is a challenging time for the United States as we identify ways to prioritize spending in order to put the nation's finances back on a sustainable path. However, we believe this project merits inclusion in you… Continue Reading


09.21.11

Hoeven: CDBG Disaster Measure Passes U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee

WASHINGTON - Senator John Hoeven today said passage in the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee of a $400 million measure to fund Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) was vital and necessary to help the thousands of Americans working to recover from recent natural disasters, including residents of North Dakota. The measure passed out of appropriations today was introduced by Hoeven and Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri as an amendment to the Transportation Housing and Urban Development fundin… Continue Reading


09.21.11

Hoeven: Corps Working Flood Protection Plan

WASHINGTON - Senator John Hoeven today met with Col. Michael Price, Commander of the St. Paul District of the Army Corps of Engineers, for a briefing on flood recovery and permanent flood protection efforts across North Dakota. Col. Price is responsible for management of the Mouse River Basin, Devils Lake and the Red River Basin. The Colonel outlined work the agency is doing in Fargo, Minot, Devils Lake and other communities in his district to aid with recovery and prepare for potential flooding… Continue Reading


09.20.11

Hoeven Encourages Citizens to Apply for Disaster Assistance Before Deadline

BISMARCK - Senator John Hoeven today encouraged individuals and businesses to submit their applications for disaster assistance before the Sept. 22 deadline. The Thursday deadline applies to FEMA individual assistance, disaster unemployment assistance and SBA loans for home and businesses "We know it's challenging for people to complete applications for recovery assistance before they know the full extent of their damages," Hoeven said. "Folks should be assured there will be time to update th… Continue Reading


09.20.11

Hoeven Awarded 'Fueling Growth' Ethanol Award

WASHINGTON - Senator John Hoeven today was honored with the 2011 "Fueling Growth" award by Growth Energy, a coalition of ethanol producers from across the country. Hoeven was selected for the award-the highest recognition presented to congressional supporters of ethanol-for his work to increase ethanol production in North Dakota and to promote a market-based approach to ethanol use across the nation. "I am honored by this award and look forward to continuing to work with our ethanol produc… Continue Reading


09.20.11

Conrad, Hoeven, Dalrymple Team Up for Energy Expo

Washington - Senator Kent Conrad, Senator John Hoeven and Governor Jack Dalrymple teamed up today to announce the line up for the 5th Annual Great Plains & EmPower ND Energy Expo. "We are pleased to announce the Great Plains & EmPower ND Energy Expo will take place on November 14 and 15 at Bismarck State College," the North Dakota leaders said in a joint statement. "North Dakota has the potential to be the powerhouse for the nation. We are gathering the nation's leading energy expert… Continue Reading


09.16.11

Conrad, Hoeven Work to Increase Support for Disaster Impacted Communities

Washington - Senator Kent Conrad continued his efforts to support flood impacted communities in North Dakota today by filing an amendment to provide $1 billion in federal grants designed to help communities recover from natural disasters like the floods that inundated Minot and Bismarck this year. Senator John Hoeven is a co-sponsor of the amendment. "As the people of Minot begin to rebuild their city and rebuild their lives, the federal government must do more to support those efforts," Senat… Continue Reading


09.16.11

Hoeven Statement Honoring Williston Community's Contribution to the Nation's Energy Independence

WASHINGTON - Senator John Hoeven today released the following statement to honor the Williston community and mark the 60th anniversary of the discovery of oil in North Dakota: Click to play the video. "As we commemorate the discovery of oil in North Dakota sixty years ago, we also celebrate the important role of this community and our state in the nation's energy future. When those first speculators hit black gold in North Dakota, I'm certain they were excited by the vast potential of thei… Continue Reading


09.16.11

Hoeven: Improving Tribal Roads, Bridges Key to Increased Economic Growth, Job Creation for N.D. Tribal Communities

WASHINGTON - At a hearing of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee Thursday, Senator John Hoeven stressed the importance of safe, reliable roads and bridges in helping to spur economic growth and job creation for North Dakota's tribal communities. "Maintaining the roads and bridges in and around our tribal communities is an important component to increasing economic opportunities on and off our reservations," said Hoeven. "Safe and reliable transportation attracts the private investments that c… Continue Reading

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