H.R. 8 is a broad energy bill that seeks to maximize America’s energy potential. The legislation seeks to update and modernize outdated policies rooted in an era of energy scarcity to reflect today’s era of energy abundance, and make our energy infrastructure more resilient and create jobs.
H.R. 2583, the FCC Process Reform Act of 2015 is bipartisan legislation to require the FCC to make certain changes to its rules within one year, with the goal of improving agency processes and making the commission more transparent, efficient, and accountable.
Protecting Jobs and Affordable Energy: Congressional Review Act Resolutions Will Fight Administration’s Cap and Trade Assault The House and Senate have introduced resolutions under the Congressional Review Act to disapprove of two final rules issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for new and existing power plants. The resolutions:
H.R. 702: Bipartisan Bill to #LiftTheBan That Will Help Promote National Security and Energy Security Authored by Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) BACKGROUND – H.R. 702, To adapt to changing crude oil market conditions
The Architecture of Abundance Summary of Energy and Power Committee Print Title I – Modernizing and Protecting Infrastructure Promotes Natural Gas Pipeline Development:
“Woodcock said that drug-resistant infections have reached the level of a ‘societal crisis’ and that the bill would help spur the development of treatments for patients who might die of their infections otherwise.