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Miller speaks out at Tea Party meeting

by Candice Miller on January 30, 2012

Published: Friday, January 27, 2012 10:49 PM EST Miller speaks out at Tea Party meeting By TRACI L. WEISENBACH Tribune Staff Writer CASS CITY — Republican Congresswoman Candice Miller’s to-do list on Thursday included meetings with Tuscola County officials during the day and a stop at the Thumb TEA Party meeting in the evening. […]

Miler on SOTU: Spilled milk

by Candice Miller on January 25, 2012 Mich. Representative Candice Miller on Obama’s SOTU: I am glad that President Obama finally admitted tonight that we need to act strongly to rid ridiculous regulations that add unnecessary costs to American job creators and stifle economic growth. To illustrate this fact he referenced a regulation that the EPA was considering that would have […]

Obama rejects plan for Canada-Texas pipeline

by Candice Miller on January 19, 2012

He cites time constraints to review impact of oil project; proponents call decision political BY CHRISTINE TIERNEY / THE DETROIT NEWS Washington — President Barack Obama rejected an application Wednesday for a controversial oil pipeline because the Feb. 21 deadline demanded by congressional Republicans didn’t provide time for a thorough review.   Obama had […]

Bills prompt website blackouts

by Candice Miller on January 19, 2012

By CRYSTAL GARCIA Times Herald Katy Burgess only could read about two things Wednesday on Wikipedia — the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect Intellectual Property Act.   Wikipedia and several other websites went dark Wednesday in protest of the two pieces of federal legislation.   Burgess, 22, of Port Huron, said she […]

Lawmakers plan for the new year

by Candice Miller on January 4, 2012

 On a national level, boosting the economy and controlling spending are priorities for Rep. Candice Miller, R-Harrison Township, and Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow.   “I’m proud to have been a part of changing the conversation or culture in Washington from how much more we are going to spend to how much are we going to […]