WASHINGTON, DC – House Energy and Commerce Committee leaders today responded to the U.S. State Department’s release of the final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the Keystone XL pipeline application, which includes the proposed reroute through Nebraska.
WASHINGTON, DC – Republican members of the Energy and Commerce Subcommittees on Communications and Technology and Oversight and Investigations today wrote to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler requesting detailed information regarding the commission’s budget and operating expenses.
Excerpt: The need to cut federal spending is not in dispute, and eradicating waste and promoting efficient and effective spending must be a priority. In our committee’s oversight role, we are looking at the operating budget of the FCC with a focus on expenditures designated as auction-related expenses, as well as employee distribution and compensation more generally.
WASHINGTON, DC – House Energy and Commerce Committee leaders responded today to the consent decree filed with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia that establishes a deadline of December 19, 2014, for the Environmental Protection Agency to take a final action on the coal ash rule that was proposed in June 2010. The committee leaders called on the Senate to take up the bipartisan H.R.
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House & Senate Leaders Urge FCC to Use Joint Board on Universal Service to Evaluate E-Rate Expansion ProposalsJanuary 30, 2014 | Press Release
WASHINGTON, DC – Republican leaders of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee today wrote to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler regarding proposals to change and expand the current Universal Service Fund’s Schools and Libraries program.