HEADLINE U.S. House Puts Families First, Approves Bipartisan Bill to Stop EPA From Driving Up Gasoline and Energy Prices, Harming Job Creation MEANWHILE
WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce this week continued working to protect American families and job creators from the Environmental Protection Agency's reckless regulatory agenda. On Thursday, the House voted on the committee's legislation to stop the EPA's controversial greenhouse gas rules, which would increase costs for consumers and make America less competitive.
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U.S. House Puts Families First, Approves Bipartisan Bill to Stop EPA From Driving up Gasoline and Energy Prices, Harming Job CreationApril 7, 2011 | Press Release
WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. House of Representatives today took a strong stand in support of American jobs and against higher gasoline and energy costs by approving H.R. 910, the Energy Tax Prevention Act of 2011, by a vote of 255 to 172. The bipartisan measure prevents the EPA from transforming the Clean Air Act into a vehicle to impose costly greenhouse gas regulations to address climate change.
E&C Studio Video Alert - Top Dem Insists "We're Not Broke" as GOP Works to Cut Spending, Avert Government ShutdownApril 7, 2011 | Press Release
BUDGET REALITY CHECK Republicans Work to Avert Government Shutdown, Make Necessary Spending Cuts Earlier in the Week, Top Democrat Insists "We're Not Broke" CHECK THE NUMBERS U.S. national debt hits $14.25 trillionU.S. deficit projected at $1.6 Trillion CHECK THE VOTE
On April 7, 2011, the U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation to stop the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from imposing a national energy tax in the form of carbon emission regulations. The legislation passed the house by a vote of 255 to 172.