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January 16, 2018

Inhofe Talks Tax and Wildfire Relief Bill on the Radio

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) spoke on the radio last week about major topics including tax reform, missile defense and his newly introduced legislation, the Wildfire Regulatory Relief Act, which addresses the unique concerns farmers, ranchers and rural communities face after a wildfire.

KZLS Jan. 11

Sen. Inhofe and Trent England of KZLS Radio in Oklahoma City talked tax reform, missile defense and the Wildfire Regulatory Relief Act.

On how tax reform is benefitting the country:

“This is—I think—going down as the largest tax reduction in history … It’s an exciting thing. Everyone is going to benefit from it.”

Listen to the full segment here.

KSPI Jan. 11

 

Sen. Inhofe and Bill Van Ness of KSPI Radio in Stillwater talked the Wildfire Regulatory Relief Act and the tax overhaul.

On the major tax overhaul:

“I have to say, it was the tenacity of our president to be able get this thing through. Nobody thought we could have a major tax reduction and reform as we did and that we just passed … Already, you are seeing people celebrating.”

Listen to the full segment here.

KNED Jan. 11

 

Sen. Inhofe and Chris Bradley of KNED Radio in McAlester talked tax reform, the Enhancing Veterans Care Act  and the Wildfire Regulatory Relief Act.

On the Wildfire Regulatory Relief Act:

“You might remember the horrible wildfires we had out there … We looked at what happened and how we could improve it and we are introducing today… a bill today that does four things …”

Listen to the full segment here.

KGWA Jan. 11

 

Sen. Inhofe and Alan Clepper of KGWA Radio in Enid talked tax reform and the Wildfire Regulatory Relief Act.

On Oklahoma wildfire devastation and new legislation:

“We all remember. You’re far enough out west there, you remember what happened during the wildfires we had out west of you. I was out there three times in my plane and, you know, trying to console the farmers. It was horrible—what was going on … What we did was looked to see what could be done so that we could give more relief in the case that we had another disaster like that.”

Listen to the full segment here. 



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