WASHINGTON, DC - Republican members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee are once again asking the administration to provide a complete estimate of the cost of the Utility MACT rule announced last December. Members wrote today to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson to follow up on previous committee requests.
Energy and Commerce Leaders Continue to Seek Administration’s Cost Estimate for Utility MACT Rule as Electricity Prices RiseJune 8, 2012 | Press Release
Excerpt: We specifically seek EPA’s response concerning whether this reflects a reasonable estimate of the total present value cost of this regulation rule, based on EPA analysis and assumptions. We have continuing concerns about such an unprecedented, expensive rule with such far-reaching impacts across many states.
WASHINGTON, DC - The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Power, chaired by Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY), today approved a pair of commonsense energy bills, adding to a long list of measures approved by the subcommittee. The panel advanced the Hydropower Regulatory Efficiency Act and the Resolving Environmental and Grid Reliability Conflicts Act by voice vote. Both measures now move to the full committee for consideration.
SHOT: ”The problem we’ve had in the past with energy issues” overall, Reid said, is that Republicans “don’t want to get anything done.” Harry Reid to reporters on conference call, as reported by POLITICO Pro, June 6, 2012 CHASER:
Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade Subcommittee Approves Bipartisan Bills to Boost Job Growth and Eliminate Red TapeJune 7, 2012 | Press Release
WASHINGTON, DC - The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade, chaired by Rep. Mary Bono Mack (R-CA), today continued its efforts to create jobs by approving two legislative proposals to help promote the growth and competitiveness of manufacturing in the United States. The subcommittee approved H.R. 5865, the American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act and H.R.
WASHINGTON, DC - The Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, chaired by Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR), today heard from a musician, broadcast and Internet radio providers, and representatives of the songwriting, record label, wireless and consumer electronics industries, about how advances in technology are changing the way Americans gain access to and consume audio content.