The Utah representative accused the company's CEO of "living in a bubble" after he declined an invitation to testify before Congress.
“More than a week since Maria impacted Puerto Rico, there is still no power on the island, very few places have water."
“It could be a part of a bigger picture. It could be meaningless,” one GOP congressman says.
Home may be where the heart is, but for a growing number of congressional campaigns, it's not the best place to round up cash.
The island has a critical $2 billion payment due July 1.