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Rep. Gosar: Huge Victory in the Fight to Stop the EPA’s Lawless Water Grab


For Immediate Release

Date: October 9, 2015

Contact: Steven D. Smith


WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after a federal appeals court issued a nationwide stay blocking the implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule resulting from a lawsuit filed by 13 states, including the state of Arizona:

“As federal courts around the country continue to limit the Obama Administration’s lawless, overreaching regulations, the bureaucratic minions forcing these policies down our throats should take notice. No president or D.C. bureaucrat is above our Constitution. For the good of our country, I pray that this misguided effort to illegally push an ideologically-driven agenda, will continue to be thwarted by our judicial system. Furthermore, those who are knowingly violating the law to impose job-killing regulations by executive fiat should be held accountable. Today’s decision is another massive blow to an administration that continues to run roughshod over the rule of law and disregard our nation’s system of checks and balances.

“WOTUS is a job-killing, overreaching new regulation that would be a dream killer for future generations and result in significant job losses as well as considerable harm to our economy. This terribly flawed Washington mandate contradicts prior Supreme Court decisions and seeks to expand agency control over 60% of our country’s streams as well as millions of acres of wetlands that were previously non-jurisdictional. The fight to stop this regulation will not be easy, but I am committed to protecting the American people from this blatant executive water grab and will continue to fight this overreach at every opportunity.”


From the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit: “A stay allows for a more deliberate determination whether this exercise of Executive power, enabled by Congress and explicated by the Supreme Court, is proper under the dictates of federal law.”

On March 25, 2014, the EPA and the Corps released a proposed rule that would assert Clean Water Act jurisdiction over nearly all areas with even the slightest of connections to water resources, including man-made conveyances.

On May 1, 2014, Congressman Gosar and 230 of his colleagues sent a letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the EPA, and John M. McHugh, Secretary of the Army, urging them to withdraw the proposed rule. The full text of that letter can be found HERE.

On January 28, 2015, Congressman Gosar introduced H.R. 594, the Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act. This legislation has the support of 185 bipartisan cosponsors. Click HERE to read more about the Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act. 

On May 12, 2015, the House passed H.R. 1732, the Regulatory Integrity Protection Act, by a vote of 261-155. This critical legislation requires the EPA and Corps of Engineers to formally withdraw the agencies’ proposed rule that would redefine WOTUS and any subsequent final rule. Congressman Gosar joined the Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Bill Shuster in introducing this bill. Click HERE to read more. 

Congressman Gosar has also inserted funding riders into appropriations bills, blocked a democrat amendment that tried to strip one of his WOTUS riders and voted at least five different times for legislation that has passed the House to block WOTUS.  In July 2015, he berated EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and submitted revelatory evidence into the Congressional Record from senior Army Corps of Engineer employees which expressed serious legal and scientific deficiencies with the final draft of the WOTUS rule. 

More than 200 organizations and local municipalities have publicly declared their opposition to the proposed WOTUS rule.

On numerous occasions, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy broke the law by lying to Congress in order to try and impose WOUTS by regulatory fiat. On September 11, 2015, Congressman Gosar introduced H.RES.417 to initiate impeachment proceedings against Administrator McCarthy for these crimes. You can learn more about his efforts to remove Administrator McCarthy from office by clicking HERE.




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House Passes Gosar-Young Legislation Empowering Tribes to Utilize Energy Production


For Immediate Release

Date: October 8, 2015

Contact: Steven D. Smith


WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after the House successfully passed H.R. 538, the Native American Energy Act, with Congressman Gosar acting as the sole co-sponsor of the legislation:

“Under current policy, potential resource development on tribal lands faces many obstacles that projects on private or state land do not. This process can be fraught with litigation and delays that chase away potential investments and crush otherwise viable projects. The Native American Energy Act streamlines many of the duplicative federal regulatory hurdles that prevent tribes or individuals from profitably developing energy resources on their land. This will provide tribes with greater control over how they develop their own natural resources and allow them to do so in ways that will best benefit their communities, not a DC bureaucrat’s ideology.”

“The Native American Energy Act is critically important to Native Americans because it encourages tribal energy development which will be a huge step towards self determination for America’s tribes,” said Congressman Don Young (AK-at large), who introduced H.R. 538. “The Judicial Review provisions are crucial for Alaska Natives, whose ability to develop their land claim settlement lands has been abused by special interest groups filing lawsuits from outside. These lands, given by this Congress to Alaska Natives, are now being interfered with by outside interest groups.”


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Rep. Gosar’s Grand Canyon Bison Management Act Passes out of Committee, Awaits House Vote


For Immediate Release

Date: October 8, 2015

Contact: Steven D. Smith


WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after the House Natural Resources Committee successfully passed the Congressman’s legislation, the Grand Canyon Bison Management Act, by unanimous consent attaching the bill as an amendment to H.R. 2406, the Sportsmen's Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act:

“The Grand Canyon is plagued by an invasive hybrid species, part buffalo and part cattle, known as ‘beefalo’. The ‘beefalo’ overpopulation is a problem that is causing significant damage to park resources. These massive animals are trampling park land, defecating in water holes, destroying historically significant Native American landmarks and affecting public safety on roads and trails. While the Park Service recently testified that it already had some of the provisions in my bill available for its use, the simple fact remains that it isn’t using the powers given. The beefalo population is exploding and this issue needs to be resolved now. We can’t wait a couple more years on the Park Service for a solution.   

“The bipartisan, bicameral effort passed by unanimous consent by the Committee today will protect Arizona’s greatest treasure, the Grand Canyon, in a responsible manner. The Park Service need not fear hunters and sportsmen, and continue to irrationally delay a solution. We don’t need to waste precious taxpayer money on lengthy studies and expensive sharpshooters to address the issues with the beefalo in the Grand Canyon. My bill provides an immediate solution by requiring the Secretary of Interior coordinate with the Arizona’s state wildlife management agency to implement a plan that includes reduction of the beefalo population through humane lethal culling by skilled public volunteers and hunters and also by other nonlethal means. This legislative solution is a victory for sportsmen, conservationists and taxpayers that will provide a timely resolution to the beefalo problem plaguing Grand Canyon National Park.”

Following the committee vote, Arizona Game and Fish Chairman Kurt Davis stated, “National Parks Service Associate Director Victor Knox agrees…there are too many bison in and around the National Park and they are causing a problem to historical landmarks, habitat, and native species. This is a clear problem with an appropriate and effective solution. This legislation is a testament to the fact that states are better equipped to manage issues that impact them and this solution also comes with no price tag to taxpayers. Credit goes to Congressman Gosar and his staff for the progress of this bipartisan bill in the House. I also want to thank Senators McCain and Flake for carrying this in the Senate on behalf of Arizonans and the treasured landscape and wildlife in the Grand Canyon. With our delegation’s continued efforts, this effective and thoughtful, Arizona led solution will be possible.”


The full text of the Grand Canyon Bison Management Act can be found HERE.

It is estimated that the herd needs to be reduced by about 200 head to meet sustainable management levels.

The bill requires the Secretary of Interior to coordinate with the Arizona Game and Fish Commission, the appropriate state wildlife management agency, to implement a management plan for the invasive beefalo that follows all federal environmental laws, including the National Environmental Policy Act.

The  eight bipartisan House cosponsors of this legislation include Congressman Trent Franks (R, AZ-08), Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick (D, AZ-01), Congressman Tom McClintock (R-CA-04),  Congressman Matt Salmon (R, AZ-05), Congressman David Schweikert (R, AZ-06), Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (D, AZ-09), Congresswoman Cynthia M. Lummis (R, WY-At Large) and Ryan Zinke (R, MT-At Large).

Over the last 10 to 15 years, the cross-breed of cattle and bison, the beefalo, have migrated from the Kaibab National Forest and found sanctuary inside the Grand Canyon National Park, protected from hunters.

In order to preserve Grand Canyon National Park from further ruin, the bill clarifies that bison meat is not ‘federal surplus property’ and is allowed to be removed from the park.  This act will allow hunters and conservationists to play an important role in addressing the bison population problem.

Whit Fosburgh, President and CEO of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, stated upon introduction of Rep. Gosar’s bill that: “The proposed legislation is consistent with the best science, will prevent undue degradation of Park resources and also provide sportsmen with an opportunity to harvest an iconic American species. It will also generate funding for habitat conservation and management, which is key to our mission of guaranteeing sportsmen quality places to hunt and fish.”

A January 2, 2009 letter from more than 100 environmental and conservation groups reported that USDA and DOI spend roughly $100 million on expensive sharpshooters to address issues like this each year.

Congressman Gosar’s bill directs the Park Service to use state-licensed skilled-volunteers as part of the solution to this issue at no added cost to the American taxpayer. The tags sold for these beefalo will result in significant revenues for state and conservation coffers.  

A recent Fox News article documenting the decimation of the Bison in the Grand Canyon National Park can be found HERE.


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Rep. Gosar Bill Requiring Disclosure of Reclamation Maintenance Moves Closer to Becoming Law


For Immediate Release

Date: October 8, 2015

Contact: Steven D. Smith


WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after the House Natural Resources Committee successfully passed the Congressman’s sponsored legislation, H.R. 1107, the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) Transparency Act, by unanimous consent:

“For over a century, BOR has transformed the West into a powerhouse that feeds the nation and the world while providing renewable, emissions-free energy for millions. Unfortunately, much of the agency’s now aging infrastructure was built more than 50 years ago and is in desperate need of repair. In order for BOR to effectively continue its mission, Congress needs to know what projects are most important and in need of repair so it can prioritize scarce resources to ensure their longevity. To date, this has not happened despite repeated requests from Congress and water users throughout the country.

“This commonsense, bipartisan legislation passed by the Committee today will ensure that a cost estimate and detailed list of major repairs for BOR facilities is disclosed to Congress so we can address the agency’s maintenance backlog as well as ensure an abundant supply of clean water and power for future generations. American taxpayers deserve accountability from their government and oversight on how it spends their money. Letting the sunlight in on this agency is long overdue.”

Just before passage of the bill Jared Huffman (D-CA), Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Water, Power and Oceans stated, “I wanted to just commend Mr. Gosar for his leadership on the Bureau of Reclamation Transparency Act. I am pleased to be cosponsoring it. It’s a good example of how we can work across the aisle, even in times of tough water shortages in the West, to find ways to better stretch our funding and do good for our water infrastructure.” Click on the picture below to watch the video clip of Congressman Huffman’s comments. 


Congressman Gosar introduced the Bureau of Reclamation Transparency Act on February 26, 2015.

On June 25, 2015, the House Natural Resources Committee held a hearing on the Bureau of Reclamation Transparency Act. Click HERE to read more.

The full text of the Bureau of Reclamation Transparency Act can be found HERE.

The Senate unanimously approved this bipartisan bill during the 113th Congress, with Senators Barrasso and Schatz ushering its passage.  In June 2015 at a committee hearing on this bill, an agency official for the Bureau of Reclamation testified that H.R. 1107 is consistent with its draft “Infrastructure Investment Strategy”.

BOR provides essential services that benefit water and power users as well as our nation’s farmers. The agency delivers water to more than 30 million people and provides one in five Western farmers with water to irrigate their crops. BOR’s assets include more than 475 dams and dikes, and the agency is also responsible for the operations of 53 different hydroelectric power plants.

The House version of the Bureau of Reclamation Transparency Act currently has 25 cosponsors including: Representatives Mark Amodei, Joe Barton, Matt Cartwright, Mike Coffman, Jim Costa, Jeff Denham, Trent Franks, John Garamendi, Chris Gibson, Crescent Hardy, Joe Heck, Jared Huffman, Ann Kirkpatrick, Ted Lieu, Cynthia Lummis, Tom McClintock, Martha McSally, Jeff Miller, Grace Napolitano, Steve Pearce, Mark Pocan, Matt Salmon, Kyrsten Sinema, Scott Tipton and Ryan Zinke.

The Bureau of Reclamation Transparency Act would force the BOR to do an Infrastructure Needs Assessment Report every two years as part of the BOR’s existing Asset Management Plan reporting process. This Infrastructure Needs Assessment Report would be provided to Congress and available to the public on BOR’s webpage. The report would include:

1) An itemized list of major repair and rehabilitation needs at all federally managed BOR facilities and projects.

2) A cost estimate of the expenditures needed to address those repairs.

3) A categorical safety rating, using BOR’s own existing categorical system, of the importance of addressing each item.

Congressman Gosar additionally offered an amendment to this legislation to ensure that the bill’s two important sections regarding BOR’s reserved works and transferred works have similar requirements. This amendment specifically requires that the “major repair and rehabilitation needs” are included in the BOR’s Asset Management Reports mandated under the bill. The section for reserved works already has a similar provision, so this amendment simply ensures that reports for two kinds of infrastructure mirror each other.


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Commonsense Wins the Race: AZ Economy Spared from Unnecessary Tortoise Listing


For Immediate Release

Date: October 5, 2015

Contact: Steven D. Smith


WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that the Sonoran desert tortoise will be removed from the Endangered Species Act (ESA) candidate list: 

“Today’s decision is good for Arizona’s economy, good for the future education needs of our children and good for the Sonoran desert tortoise. Unfortunately, we aren’t out of the woods yet, as this finding will likely be challenged by extremist environmental groups whose real intentions are to stifle development. For far too long, unnecessary and misguided species listings, not based on science, have resulted in endless new regulations that harm our economic prosperity. These bureaucratic decisions, often in response to frivolous lawsuits filed by extremist self-interest groups, have caused considerable damage to education, grazing, agriculture, energy and housing interests as well as exacerbated wildfire mitigation challenges.

“Local conservation efforts continue to yield positive results for threatened species, like the Sonoran desert tortoise, and incentivize local property owners, ranchers and developers to work with federal and state wildlife management agencies. I applaud and congratulate the State of Arizona for the role it played in ensuring today’s outcome. Congress must continue to make progress to ensure that local conservation efforts which invest significant resources to preserve species are rewarded. Furthermore, it is far past time for Congress put an end to the never-ending cycle of baseless lawsuits pushed by far-left environmental groups which allow attorneys to get rich and cost taxpayers millions of dollars each year.”

The Game and Fish Commission Chairman Kurt Davis stated “The FWS decision not to list the Sonoran desert tortoise  is a prime example of the Department’s critical role in being the most trusted, respected and credible source for wildlife conservation and information. This model must be followed during the Services consideration to list any future species.”

“The data that today led to the US Fish and Wildlife Service determination to not list the Sonoran desert tortoise came from our Arizona Game and Fish Department. With more than 800 species in Arizona, the most of any non-coastal state, the Arizona Game and Fish Department has been the boots on the ground for decades to collect the best data while managing the states’ species. This is proof that people living in the state and are impacted the most have the best data and solutions.”


In announcing the decision that the Sonoran Desert Tortoise does not warrant endangered species protection the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) stated, “the status review employed today showed that there are presently 470,000 to 970,000 adult desert tortoises rangewide on approximately 38,000 square miles (24 million acres, 9.8 million hectares) of potential tortoise habitat (64% in the U.S. and 36% in Mexico). The tortoise has not experienced any significant reduction in its overall range and past population losses are presumed to be limited to urbanization in historical tortoise habitat.”

Rob Bishop, Chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee recently reported that in the last 40 years more than 1,500 species have been listed under the Endangered Species Act but only 2% have been recovered.

On July 7, 2015, Congressman Gosar successfully passed an amendment to block the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from listing Sonoran desert tortoise as an endangered or threatened species. This rider was subsequently attached to the Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2016. Of the potential 26.8 million acres that would have been designated for critical habitat due to such a listing, 15 million acres are in Arizona, 4.5 million acres of which are State Trust land. Approximately 9 million acres would be in Congressman Gosar’s district.

State Trust land revenues—currently enjoyed by 13 beneficiaries, of whom K-12 education is the largest proportional share of those monies—would have been severely impacted by designating this species as threatened or endangered. Unnecessary listings make acres of Trust land become less valuable for investment as they are burdened with a federal regulatory nexus resulting in less money flowing into education coffers.

The Sonoran desert tortoise is also of substantial concern to many different types of industry as its habitat falls within urban development corridors, as well as rural and agricultural landscapes. Listing the species as threatened or endangered would have negatively impacted commercial, housing and energy developers as well as the agriculture and grazing industry, specifically 273 different grazing allotments jeopardizing nearly six million acres used for livestock grazing.

Mining would have also suffered as the BLM listed 9,675 new mining claims from 1990 to 2002, 36% of which fall within Sonoran desert tortoise’s habitat. Any ground and vegetation-disturbing activities, including fire suppression activities and restorative treatments, would also have be negatively impacted by a listing decision for this species. Solar energy would also likely have been harmed as “large solar projects on desert floors” are considered a potential threat to the Sonoran desert tortoise.

Congressman Gosar’s amendment was endorsed by: Public Lands Council, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, Americans for Limited Government, Arizona Cattleman’s Association, Arizona Farm Bureau, Arizona Mining Association, Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association, Arizona Cattle Feeders' Association, Arizona Rock Products Association, the Homebuilders Association of Central Arizona,  Coconino County Farm Bureau and Cattle Growers Association, Yavapai Cattle Growers Association, Navajo/Apache Cattle Growers Association, Greenlee Cattle Growers Association, La Paz Stockmen’s Association, Mohave Livestock Association, Gila County Cattle Growers Association, Maricopa County Cattle Growers Association, Cochise /Graham Cattle Growers Association, Southern Arizona Cattlemen's Protective Association and the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors.


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Rep. Gosar Slams EPA for Blatantly Ignoring Facts & Moving Forward with Proposed Ozone Regulation


For Immediate Release

Date: October 1, 2015

Contact: Steven D. Smith


WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its final rule to drastically expand ground-level ozone standards:

“Only in Obama’s far-left world, where the EPA mandates are dictated by special-interest groups, would an agency tighten ozone regulations when air pollution is dramatically decreasing. Today’s announcement provides further evidence that the Obama Administration is hell bent on appeasing billionaire environmental activists like Tom Steyer at any cost--even if that cost results in one of the most expensive regulations ever and crushes our stagnant economy, killing tens of thousands of jobs.

“It’s shameful that EPA Administrator McCarthy ignored the advice of physicians throughout the country and ‘made a judgment call’ to move forward with this extremely costly, burdensome and misguided regulation. Hard-working Arizona families can’t afford billion dollar regulations imposed by D.C. bureaucrats on a whim that aren’t grounded in sound science. Congress should immediately reject this new regulation that will dramatically harm American manufacturing and our global competitiveness, resulting in more U.S. jobs being displaced overseas.” 


Ozone levels were already dramatically reduced in 2008. While many communities were making progress towards meeting the 2008 mandates, they still have a long ways to go. The new unrealistic ozone standards being imposed by the EPA reduce the ground-level ozone standard to 70 parts per billion and exacerbate these challenges.

“The new rules could affect job growth in nearly one-third of the nation's 3,000 counties.” said Jack Gerard, president of the American Petroleum Institute. “That's up from 217 counties affected at the current ozone standard.

Congressman Gosar has been relentlessly fighting this proposed regulation and is an original cosponsor of several pieces of legislation that aim to block this new regulation including H.R. 1327, the Ozone Regulatory Delay and Extension of Assessment Length (ORDEAL) Act and H.R. 1388, the CASE Act

On June 17, 2015, Congressman Gosar and 21 colleagues who are members of the Doctors Caucus sent a letter to EPA Administrator McCarthy claiming that “the proposal’s harm outweighs its claimed benefits” and that the “EPA’s proposal will severely impact low income families.”

Congressman Gosar also sent a bipartisan letter to EPA Administrator McCarthy on May 14, 2015 that was signed by 25 of his colleagues in the House calling for the proposed rule to be withdrawn.

Having clean air and water for all Americans is a top priority for businesses, manufactures and energy providers around the country. We know this to be true because these same businesses have dramatically reduced their air pollution over the past 10 years. The EPA even admits that air pollution levels over the past 10 years have plummeted and continue to decrease despite increases in population, manufacturing and the number of cars on the road.


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Grand Opening of Yuma Office


Grand Opening of our Yuma Office 

October 15th


One City Plaza, First Floor

Yuma, AZ 85364 


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Coffee with the Congressman - Lake Havasu City


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Coffee with the Congressman - Wickenburg


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Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-2315
Fax 202-226-9739

Congressman Paul A. Gosar, DDS hails from Prescott, Arizona and is serving his second term in Congress as the Representative from Arizona’s Fourth Congressional District.  As a health care provider and small business owner, Gosar is focused on bringing jobs back to the district, reforming health care, reining in government spending, and ensuring that the American people are involved in the solution making process.

Before being elected to Congress in 2010, Gosar owned his own dental practice in Flagstaff for twenty-five years.  His experience in Dentistry earned him the recognition of the Arizona Dental Association’s “Dentist of the Year,” and he was also inducted into the Arizona Dental Association’s Hall of Fame.  His experience in working to reform health care first came when he served as the President of the Arizona Dental Association and as the Vice-Chair of the American Dental Association Council on Governmental Affairs.

Whether Gosar is in Washington fighting for his constituents, or back home in Arizona listening to the people and working together to find solutions to the problems that face Arizona’s Fourth Congressional District, he remains committed to ushering in a new era of government that empowers individuals and reforms the bureaucratic procedures that stifle job creation and innovation.

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