Roll Call this week featured House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton’s (R-MI) energy policy vision called the Architecture of Abundance.
Consumers across the U.S. are enjoying an early present this holiday season as falling oil prices are driving down prices at the pump and keeping more money in Americans’ wallets.
With overwhelming bipartisan support, the House and Senate both acted last week to ensure that over 1.5 million satellite television subscribers will continue to receive broadcast programming. H.R.
Last summer fact checkers caught President Obama attempting to belittle the importance of the Keystone XL pipeline, busting him for using false and deflated jobs numbers. But it appears he didn’t learn his lesson. Yet again, the president is being called out for skewing the facts to fit his narrative so he can avoid making a decision on the project.
Upton: “(With) disease, it doesn’t matter if you’re a Republican or a Democrat or Independent… We want to solve these issues.”
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