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CAMERON – On Thursday (September 16), Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) joined U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael S. Regan and Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez to visit an abandoned uranium mine site in the Navajo Nation and discuss the environmental impacts of such sites with Navajo leadership.
WASHINGTON – Arizona lawmakers and advocates said they were “blindsided” by the U.S. Forest Service’s abrupt announcement this week that it would halt negotiations on a proposed extension of the Four Forests Restoration Initiative.
Bipartisan legislation to extend coverage of payments from the 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security to tribal governments for a year, ending on Dec. 30, 2022, has been introduced in the U.S. House.
WASHINGTON – US Rep. Tom O’Halleran announced Wednesday that over $260,000 in relief funding he secured had been awarded to Tuba City Regional Health Care under the Federal Communications Commission’s COVID-19 Telehealth Program.
After a year of struggling through the pandemic and its restrictions, one of downtown Globe’s main venues got some welcome news last week.
On August 27, U.S. Representative Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) announced in a press release that $4.7 million in Shuttered Venue Operators Grants had been awarded to venues in Arizona’s First District.
WASHINGTON – Fighting wildfires did not get any easier this month, but it did get a little more profitable for thousands of full-time and temporary firefighters employed by the federal government.
The expression, ‘It takes a village’ rings true when it comes to Senior Village at SaddleBrooke.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, on the three-year anniversary of former Senator John McCain’s passing, Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) issued the following statement:
This week Rep. Tom O’Halleran asked Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack tour fire operations in Arizona, in hopes of helping shift the conversation from fire fighting to fire prevention.
WASHINGTON – When Congress restored budget earmarks this year after a decade-long ban, more than 300 House members rushed in with $7.1 billion in special requests for congressional funding of local projects.