The Kansan says he awaits the rewrite that's underway.
“This will enable the company to complete the project," U.S. Senator John Hoeven said.
Sen. John Hoeven is an odd choice for a job dedicated to helping Native American communities.
Sen. John Hoeven blamed the president for increasingly violent clashes.
Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., on Wednesday said the Obama administration is “prolonging and intensifying” Dakota Access Pipeline protests by stalling approval of the Lake Oahe pipeline easement, which is “needlessly putting people at risk” and straining law enforcement resources. The floor speech echoes a letter Hoeven sent to the White House last week with North Dakota Republicans Rep. Kevin Cramer and Gov. Jack Dalrymple, calling on the administration to approve the easement.
Given how well the school nutrition program is doing, SNA should be declaring victory. Instead, the organization ramped up its lobbying budget to convince Congress to fix something that ain't broke, and unfortunately it has found some sympathetic ears.