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This week the House of Representatives will consider H.R. 1900, the Natural Gas Pipeline Permitting Reform Act. Authored by Energy and Commerce Committee member Rep.
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In the Committee
On Wednesday, December 11, the Subcommittee on Health will hear from HHS Sec. Sebelius on the health law's failures. Since Sebelius' last appearance before the full committee on October 30, the committee’s investigation has uncovered documents demonstrating that on April 4 the secretary was warned of the challenges about meeting the launch date, but on April 18 testified that implementation was “on track.” Tomorrow, members will ask, "What's next?"
On the Floor
On Monday, December 2, the House unanimously approved H.R. 3588, the Community Fire Safety Act, a bipartisan bill to exempt fire hydrants from an Environmental Protection Agency determination on the regulation of lead in drinking water. The bill, authored by Rep. Bill Johnson, recognizes that hydrants are not intended to be a major source of drinking water and ensures there will be no gaps in fire hydrant service. More here.