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Keeping the EPA chokehold off of America’s farmers

by Candice Miller on December 12, 2011

As I travel across our state and talk to small business owners and farmers about what the federal government can do to help get our economy moving, I hear a familiar refrain: just get the federal government out of the way. While there has been a great focus on the impact government overspending and taxation […]

Binational accord a bright day for Blue Water Bridge

by Candice Miller on December 12, 2011

Time Herald http://www.thetimesherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2011112110320 The border agreement reached by President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is the best news we have had for the Blue Water Bridge in a decade.   As chairwoman of the Homeland Security Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, I have had hearings highlighting the need for the administration […]

Border deal gets two thumbs up

by Candice Miller on December 9, 2011

 Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and U.S. President Barack Obama sure know how to put a smile on Chuck Chrapko’s face. The CEO of the Blue Water Bridge is calling the new border deal between Canada and the U.S. the best news he’s heard in a very long time. Not only does it contain numerous […]

U.S. and Canada move toward improved border infrastructure

by Candice Miller on December 8, 2011

By Todd Spangler Detroit Free Press http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2011112080544 WASHINGTON — The U.S. and Canada took another step Wednesday toward improving the flow of trade and people across the border in Detroit and elsewhere on the two countries’ border, unveiling plans to work toward coordinating regulations and security measures.   President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister […]

North By Northwest

by Candice Miller on December 7, 2011

By Matthew Harwood, Security Management Magazine http://securitymanagement.com/print/9248?page=0%2C1 While some critics charge that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has not given the northern border due attention, the agency maintains that it has crafted a strategy for targeting limited assets that does the job without a massive number of boots on the ground.   When it […]