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01.21.11

HOEVEN: EPA E15 WAIVER EXPANSION MOVES IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. John Hoeven today said the Environmental Protection Agency's decision to extend its E15 waiver to model year 2001 vehicles, including light trucks, is a step in the right direction, but called on the agency to expedite rule making for labeling blends greater than E15 to help get the product to consumers. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson called the Senator this morning to notify him of the decision. "This is clearly a welcome step, but now the agency needs to provide simple… Continue Reading


01.20.11

Hoeven, Dalrymple: FEMA Agrees to Make $5.8 Million in Hazard Mitigation Grants Available to Help Minnewaukan

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. John Hoeven and Gov. Jack Dalrymple today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved their request to make Hazardous Mitigation Grants available to help the City of Minnewaukan relocate. Dalrymple made the formal request on January 7, following a series of meetings and phone calls he and Hoeven had with FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate, Doug Gore of FEMA Region 8, and other agency officials urging them to allow the city to access a pool of … Continue Reading


01.20.11

HOEVEN: SUCCESSFUL OPEN SEASON FOR TRANSCANADA MEANS MORE CAPACITY FOR ND PRODUCERS

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. John Hoeven said TransCanada Corp.'s announcement today that it has concluded a successful binding "open season" for its new Bakken Marketlink pipeline project in eastern Montana means significantly more transport capacity for North Dakota producers in the Williston Basin, and reduced reliance on foreign oil imports. The new onramp, which will be part of the company's international Keystone XL system, will carry petroleum from Baker, Montana to Cushing, Oklahoma and point… Continue Reading


01.18.11

Hoeven Statement on the Announced Retirement of Sen. Kent Conrad

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. John Hoeven issued the following statement in response to Sen. Kent Conrad's announcement today that he will retire from the U.S. Senate at the end of his current term: "Like many North Dakotans, I was surprised to learn today that Senator Kent Conrad will not seek reelection to the U.S. Senate in 2012. Sen. Conrad called me this morning and we spoke about his plans for the remainder of his term. I thanked him for his service, and told him I look forward to working with … Continue Reading


01.18.11

Hoeven, Local and Tribal Leaders Voice Opposition to Corps' Plan to Charge for Missouri River Water

Bismarck, N.D. - At a roundtable meeting this afternoon in Bismarck with Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District Commander Col. Robert Ruch, Sen. John Hoeven and leaders from communities and tribes along the length of the Missouri River voiced their opposition to the agency's recent proposal to charge businesses, farmers and ranchers for access to Missouri River water. The plan, proposed in the Lake Sakakawea Draft Surplus Water Report and Environmental Assessment released last month by the Corp… Continue Reading


01.17.11

Hoeven, Berg, City and Air Base Leaders Hold Roundtable on BRIC/UAV Strategies in Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Sen. John Hoeven, Rep. Rick Berg, Grand Forks Mayor Michael Brown, Grand Forks County Commission John Schmisek, base retention supporter John Marshall; and leaders from the Grand Forks Air Force Base, UND Aerospace and local economic development organizations held a roundtable meeting in Grand Forks today to address base transition and growth strategies for the Grand Forks Air Force Base and the community of Grand Forks. The group is working to build new missions for the base… Continue Reading


01.17.11

Hoeven, Berg, Local Officials Hold Roundtable on Flood Preparations in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. - Sen. John Hoeven, Rep. Rick Berg, Fargo Mayor Dennis Walaker, West Fargo Mayor Rich Mattern, Oxbow Mayor Jim Nyhof, and Cass County Commissioners Darrell Vanyo and Scott Wagner held a roundtable meeting in Fargo this morning to discuss Red River Valley flood protection efforts. Participating in the meeting were Cass County Administrator Bonnie Johnson and County Engineer, Keith Berndt; Fargo City Commissioner Tim Mahoney; Fargo City Administrator Pat Zavoral and City Engineer Mark … Continue Reading


01.14.11

Hoeven to Hold Community Roundtables in North Dakota

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. John Hoeven will hold roundtable discussions with state, local and federal officials in North Dakota communities on Monday, January 17 and Tuesday, January 18, 2011. Meetings will be held on Monday in Fargo on flood preparations and in Grand Forks on base retention. Rep. Rick Berg will join him at the Monday meetings. A Tuesday meeting in Bismarck will address North Dakota's opposition to an Army Corps of Engineers plan to charge residents and businesses for Missouri Rive… Continue Reading


01.09.11

Hoeven Statement on Tragic Shootings in Tucson

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. John Hoeven today issued the following statement in response to the tragic shootings of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and others in Tucson, Arizona yesterday: "I am deeply saddened by the tragic events in Tucson, and extend my deepest sympathy to all who were injured and the families of those who were killed. During this difficult time, my thoughts and prayers are with Congresswoman Giffords, her family, and the families of all who were injured."… Continue Reading


01.05.11

Hoeven Sworn in as North Dakota's U.S. Senator

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen.-elect John Hoeven was sworn into office by Vice President Joseph Biden this afternoon as North Dakota's 22nd senator in a formal ceremony at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. The Senator, along with 13 other new senators, took the oath of office before a group of family and friends on the floor of the U.S. Senate. Accompanying him were North Dakota Sen. Kent Conrad and former North Dakota Sen. Mark Andrews. "Mikey and I are honored and excited to be here in o… Continue Reading


01.05.11

Hoeven Sworn In As North Dakota's U.S. Senator

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen.-elect John Hoeven was sworn into office by Vice President Joseph Biden this afternoon as North Dakota's 22nd senator in a formal ceremony at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. The Senator, along with 13 other new senators, took the oath of office before a group of family and friends on the floor of the U.S. Senate. Accompanying him were North Dakota Sen. Kent Conrad and former North Dakota Sen. Mark Andrews. "Mikey and I are honored and excited to be here in… Continue Reading


12.21.10

Guard Honors Former N.D. Governor Hoeven

BISMARCK, N.D. -The North Dakota National Guard honored former Gov. John Hoeven and his wife Mikey this afternoon at a ceremony at the Guard's Raymond J. Bohn Armory. About 200 Soldiers and Airmen assembled to witness the award presentation. Hoeven was awarded the North Dakota Distinguished Service Medal, the North Dakota National Guard's highest award for his leadership as its commander in chief throughout the past 10 years. During his tenure as governor, more than 5,300 Soldiers and Airmen … Continue Reading

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