With 2,310 days passed, over 22,000 pages of environmental review, and 10 House votes now on the books, the case has more than been made for building one of the country’s most notable shovel-ready energy infrastructure projects.
Next week the House is scheduled to vote on an important bill to speed up the construction of natural gas pipelines. This bill offers a thoughtful solution to a pressing problem facing millions of American consumers – high energy costs due to insufficient infrastructure.
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