Energy and Commerce Committee leaders first sounded the alarm last December on the Federal Communications Commission’s intention to conduct a study in newsrooms across the country.
Walden on Cover Oregon Website: “If this were a car you’d been sold, you’d get it taken back under the lemon law.”
As the president’s health care law continues to take effect, seniors across the country are facing the harsh reality of the law’s broken promises. At a hearing in December, committee leaders warned that the $300 billion in cuts to the program would lead to rising costs and limited access to doctors. Committee member Rep.
Committee Leaders Request Government Watchdog Investigate Failed Oregon Health Care Exchange Walden: “It’s time to get to the truth. It’s time to get transparency and accountability…This cannot be swept under the rug.”
Editorial boards from across the country continue to press President Obama to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, an important component of an all-of-the-above energy strategy.
The Department of Energy on Tuesday approved its sixth license for the export of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) to countries without a free-trade agreement. While the approval is welcome news, the backlog of applications still awaiting action remains discouraging.