It certainly doesn't look like consumers
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The Navigable Waters Protection Rule is emblematic of @POTUS' insistence on commonsense regs that do not inhibit economic growth & is predicated on a clear reading of Clean Water Act that protects the environment & preserves the role of states in protecting their water resources.— Shelley Moore Capito (@SenCapito) January 23, 2020
Is she giving her “undivided attention” and listening “acutely” during the impeachment trial? You be the judge
From Senator Shelley Moore Capito’s op-ed in this morning’s Bluefield Daily Telegraph:
Impeachment is a serious issue that deserves the Senate’s undivided attention, and my colleagues and I intend to treat this process as such and perform our constitutional duty.
But here is Michael McAuliff, political reporter . . .
West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito was on Morgantown’s WAJR Radio this morning to talk about impeachment. In the segment, Capito briefly explained how impeachment would proceed. She was then asked about additional witnesses:
“I think that’s what we should do, and I haven’t heard both sides, then have questions, and I’m . . .
WV Senator Capito waits for her instructions on how she should respond
Former national security adviser John Bolton announced in a statement that he is willing to testify in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. Bolton, who was ousted in September, has been a key figure in the impeachment inquiry. Multiple witnesses in the House impeachment inquiry testified that . . .
And from her responses, she also didn’t watch the same hearings that I watched
Yesterday, West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito was on Fox News’ “Special Report with Bret Baier." Baier asked her about impeachment:
BAIER: Senator, there are some Republicans, Will Hurd from Texas, others, who've said that what the President did and how he did it was inappropriate, but not impeachable.
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Earlier, Republican jurors/senators met to discuss impeachment strategy
Publicly, a number of Republican senators have declined to comment on the mounting evidence against president Donald Trump citing the possibility that they would later become jurors -- they would weigh the evidence in the Senate trial. For example, here’s West Virginia’s Capito:
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) said she’d . . .
Our morning “newspaper” continues its efforts to re-elect Senator Capito
Headlines are important. Frequently, it’s all that readers read.
Here’s the headline from The West Virginia Press Association:
U.S. Senators Capito, Manchin announce more than $7 Million in EDA Grants
Senators Manchin and Capito announce more than $7.9 million for workforce and . . .