Congressman Jim Bridenstine

Representing the 1st District of Oklahoma
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Apr 16, 2014 In The News
Apr 9, 2014 In The News

The Ambassador from Azerbaijan to the United States is joining U.S.

Apr 1, 2014 In The News

Over the past few years, energy production has been one of the bright spots in the American economy. The U. S.

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Mar 28, 2014 In The News

Nearly one month after Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) spoke before a group of oilfield executives and employees to announce his idea of an American Energy Renaissance Act to increase jobs and energy inde

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Apr 9, 2014 Press Release

The FY 2015 Republican Budget – the so-called Ryan Budget – is a political philosophy document that outlines a Republican vision of governing.  While I do not agree with everything in the Ryan Budget, I will vote for it because I agree with the following policy objectives:  First, it balances in 10 years.  Second, it restores funding to the military.  Third, it seeks to reverse re

Apr 9, 2014 Jim's Blog

As I reported to you previously [Energy Department accepts Bridenstine request to stop selling military technology to Russia], President Obama’s Energy Department backed down after I pointed out that the administration was proposing to send military equipment to Russia. 

Apr 8, 2014 Press Release

The Ambassador from Azerbaijan to the United States is joining U.S. Congressman Jim Bridenstine for a town hall in Tulsa Sunday afternoon, April 13th.  In light of the Ukrainian crisis, Ambassador Elin Suleymanov and the Congressman will highlight the linkage of energy security to global political stability.

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Apr 3, 2014 Press Release

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – U.S. Senators Tom Coburn (R-OK) and Claire McCaskill (D-MO) and U.S. Representatives Jim Bridenstine (R-OK) and Henry Cuellar (D-TX) today introduced the Let Me Google That For You Act, a bill to eliminate an outdated agency that has lost more than $1 million trying to sell government reports that are available for free online.

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