Words matter. These are the best Gene Green Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Instead of saying we need to outlaw certain types of weapons, we need to find better ways to enforce current law.
People have the right to know the drugs they are taking will make them better instead of harming them.
I’ve never been a ‘yes person.’
I prefer that we sit down and craft a bill that addresses the many challenges we face, not only domestically, but as a world leader.
The knee-jerk approach of those who want to control firearms may not be the solution.
Every citizen’s vote should count in America, not just the votes of partisan insiders in the Electoral College.
Some of my toughest races are people I’ve known, because it gets more personal than it should be.
Shell and Exxon support export, but refiners like Valero could end up paying more for the crude oil.
We should not continue to play politics with women’s health.
If you’re going to do something to hurt the district I represent, I can’t vote for it.
Congress should let HRSA release its guidance and analyze its impact before making changes to the 340B program that would harm safety-net hospitals and our vulnerable patients.
Frankly, whatever assistance people get from FEMA will not have a lot of extras built into it, so they will need every dollar.
Many Americans are unaware that discarded electronics often contain lead, mercury, and other toxins and end up being salvaged under inhumane conditions in the developing world.
I do have a lot of alumni in Washington.
I think we’ve been the selection just because I think I’ve earned it by doing a lot of things for the district.
It takes time to understand the difference between civilian POWs and military POWs. There’s an educational process.
What auto and steel is to Ohio River Valley, refineries are to the oil regions. You wouldn’t tell Silicon Valley you’re going to put a moratorium on high-tech.
I’m not a green like most Democrats would be. I have a blue-collar district.
Cap and trade is not an easy one for refiners, so we tried to get some moderation in the bill, and we did, but not near as much I would like.
If the EPA cannot or will not act to halt the toxic e-waste trade to developing nations, then Congress should take action.
I have a lot of hard-working, blue-collar people in my district who are at the end of their unemployment benefits.
I’d like to vote for a bill. But I’m not going to vote for one unless I think it’s going to be good for the area I represent.
It’s no secret I was part of John Dingell’s whip team.
E-waste is the fastest growing waste stream in the United States and can pose serious environmental and health problems here and around the world when not handled properly.
Punishment for putting patients at risk ought to reflect the gravity of manufacturing, distributing or selling counterfeit medications.
Whether it was the Alaskan pipeline disaster or the Texas City refinery fire where 15 people died, time after time it’s been shown that BP chooses expediency over safety.
As a policy-maker in our country, I would much rather we have that investment in our refineries.
I support the free enterprise system, and I want companies to make money, but they shouldn’t be reaping profits from the deaths of their employees or former employees.
I really think we need to see how we can expand our privacy laws.
In some cases, corporations engaged in this activity have as much as 16 percent of their profits generated through the holding of ‘janitor’s insurance.’
The Federal Communications Commission licensed satellite radio to be a national-only radio service.
If we can’t remove a member of Congress who has been convicted of 10 felonies – including using his office for personal gain – we risk losing the faith and trust of the American people that we have.
People just don’t know what civilian prisoners of war are.
Our federal resources, our U.S. marshals, and the federal court system are being used, I think, by the private sector.
I’ve worked with Fred Upton, and I think we’ve got a lot of common agreement on energy production.