Hazel R. O'Leary Nomination: Hearing Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, on the Nomination of Hazel R. O'Leary, to be Secretary, Department of Energy, January 19, 1993, Volume 4
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Page 113 - ... particular matter in which, to his knowledge, he, his spouse, minor child, partner, organization in which he Is serving as officer, director, trustee, partner or employee. or any person or organization with whom he is negotiating or has any arrangement concerning prospective employment, has a financial interest — Shall be fined not more than $10,000, or imprisoned not more than two years, or both.
Page 24 - ... to the taxpayer and, I might say to the people from California here, that Mr. Sisk has been not only a very able member of this committee in previous years — he has always been interested in the wellbeing of Indians all over the Nation, and especially the California Indians. With that, Mr. Sisk, we are glad to welcome you to the committee, STATEMENT OF HON.
Page 180 - Programs in the Federal Coordinating Council for Science, Engineering, and Technology (FCCSET) Committee on Education and Human Resources programs will be enhanced.
Page 110 - Write an opinion letter to the Director of the Office of Government Ethics, personally certifying that there is no unresolved conflict of interest under applicable laws and regulations, and discussing: (A) Any actual or apparent conflicts of interest that were detected during the review process; and (B) The resolution of those real or apparent conflicts, including any specific commitment, ethics agreement entered under the provisions of subpart H of this part, or other undertaking...
Page 158 - Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act — also contains provisions that may pertain to the water quality of highway runoff. control them as "necessary to mitigate impacts on water quality
Page 19 - Mr. BURLISON. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I would like to join my colleagues in welcoming...
Page 136 - trapped costs" originated with the Supreme Court in Nantahala Power & Light v. Thornourgh, 476 US. 953 (1986), was used again in Mississippi Power & Light Co. v. Mississippi, 487 US 354 (1988), and was used by the DC Circuit as applying to the Ohio Power situation. However, the DC Circuit and proponents of the "trapped costs...
Page 108 - In accordance with the Ethics in Government Act of 1978, I enclose a copy of the financial disclosure report filed by Hazel R.
Page 5 - Act sets forth an energy strategy that will further our national security, create American jobs, help our balance of payments, and lessen our dependence on foreign energy markets and international cartels.
Page 129 - Russian economic performance is declining which threatens its transition to Democracy, and less oil on world markets increases the chances for a tightening in the marketplace once the pace of world economic growth increases. These developments would have adverse impacts on our national security and our economy.