“I don’t want the energy jobs of tomorrow going to other countries. I want them here in the United States of America. And that’s what an all-of-the-above strategy is all about." Believe it or not, these are words spoken by President Obama nearly three years ago.
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After 2,349 days, time is about to be up for President Obama’s dodge on the Keystone XL pipeline. America’s New Congress has made a unified effort to make jobs a priority for the American people, and S.1, the Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act, is en route to the president’s desk.
Officials decry plan as “physically impossible,” “beyond what is legally permissible,” and “choice for many may be between paying an electric bill or paying a mortgage” EPA’s Clean Power Plan came under intense scrutiny this week in the nation’s capital as regulators and stakeholders met to discuss the legality, cost, and feasibility of EPA’s proposed plan and its impacts on ratepayers and electric reliability.
Channeling FRIENDS on Why the President Should Say Yes to Keystone After 6 Years This week the House approved S.1, the Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act, sending the bill to the president’s desk. The president must now decide if he will say yes to American jobs and energy and sign the bill. Could there BE any more reasons to say yes?
The month of January is traditionally a time for new beginnings and resolutions, and America’s New Congress wasted no time in getting to work to keep its promises to the American people. Looking back this month, the House made impressive strides toward creating more American jobs and advancing our energy security by approving three Energy and Commerce Committee bills focused on energy infrastructure.