WASHINGTON, DC – Throughout the 112th Congress, House Republicans have fought for pro-growth policies to create jobs emphasizing an “all of the above” energy policy. Sound energy policy is critical to economic growth. In addition to the immense job creation potential directly in the energy sector, the affordable and reliable energy supplies are necessary ingredients for growth across the American economy.
"If we want to compete with China, which is pouring hundreds of billions of dollars into the space, if we want to compete with other countries that are heavily subsidizing the industries of the future, we’ve got to make sure that our guys here in the United States of America at least have a shot.” – President Barack Obama, ABC
"When the Work Underground Stops, Everything Above Pays the Price" - Obama Administration’s War on Coal Claims Latest VictimsSeptember 18, 2012 | Blog Post
WASHINGTON, DC – The news today that Alpha Natural Resources will be scaling back its coal production and eliminating 1,200 jobs is yet another reminder of the destructive consequences of the Obama administration’s war on coal.
WASHINGTON, DC – The Government Accountability Office testified before the Health Subcommittee today to discuss the Department and Health and Human Services’ and EPA’s use of “Title 42” to hire specialists.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the House of Representatives will vote on the Energy and Commerce Committee’s “No More Solyndras Act,” H.R. 6213.
WASHINGTON, DC – The Obama administration's war on coal continues. While discussing energy policy yesterday, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar declared, “Under President Obama’s leadership, the United States moves forward with an all-of-the-above energy strategy. Oil and gas, nuclear, hydro, biofuels, wind, geothermal, solar, all of it.