Hultgren Comments on UNESCO and Farm Regulations

Randy Hultgren

Two comments on national events were issued by Congressman Randy Hultgren:

Hultgren Statement On UNESCO’s Vote To Admit Palestine

 Washington, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren (IL-14) today issued the following statement after the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) voted to admit Palestine as a member of the organization.

“In granting Palestine membership, UNESCO acted recklessly and undercut the prospects for lasting peace in the region,” said Hultgren. “Instead of unilaterally seeking recognition through the United Nations, Palestinian leadership should return to the negotiating table and work to advance its cause through discussions with Israel.”

Shortly thereafter, the U.S. Department of State complied with U.S. law and announced that it was ending its funding of UNESCO.

“I also applaud the State Department’s rapid response to the UNESCO vote; withho

Hultgren: Senate’s Failure To Act Results In More Red Tape On America’s Farmers

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren (IL-14) today released the following statement regarding the Senate’s failure to act on H.R. 872, the Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act, which the House passed with bipartisan support on March 31st.

“Seven months ago, the House passed H.R. 872, a commonsense bill to protect farmers, ranchers, and other Americans from duplicative and burdensome red tape,” said Hultgren, a member of the Agriculture Committee. “Since then, the Senate has failed to consider our bill – Harry Reid has refused to schedule a vote on it – so today, thanks to a court order, the new avalanche of red tape we had tried to prevent is descending upon farmers, ranchers, and others.”

For more information on H.R. 872, see the House Agriculture Committee’s website. More information about the Republican Plan for America’s Job Creators is available here.


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