Chair Rodgers Announces Full Committee Markup of 20 Pieces of Legislation to Secure our Energy Future and Competitive Edge

Washington, D.C. — House Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) today announced a Full Committee markup on 20 pieces of legislation. 

“The Energy and Commerce Committee plays a vital role in advancing American competitiveness and global technological leadership. In order to do this, it’s critical that the technologies of tomorrow are developed in an ecosystem that promotes our values and protects our data from adversaries like the Chinese Communist Party. We’re leading on five solutions that will help secure people’s personal information, strengthen our supply chains, and encourage investment here at home. 

“Additionally, to win the future, we need to ensure reliable, secure, and affordable energy to all Americans—in their homes, their businesses, at the gas pump, and everywhere in between. President Biden’s war on American energy has made life unaffordable for people and left us more reliant on the CCP for critical energy materials. Energy and Commerce is taking action on 15 pieces of legislation to reverse the damage done by President Biden’s agenda. This is just the beginning of our work to advance solutions that lower prices, remove regulatory barriers, and strengthen our energy security, all while ensuring we continue to be good stewards of the environment and reduce emissions.” 

WHAT: Full Committee markup of 20 pieces of legislation.  

DATE: Thursday, March 9, 2023     

TIME: 10:00 AM ET   

LOCATION: 2123 Rayburn House Office Building    

This notice is at the direction of the Chair. The markup will be open to the public and press, and will be livestreamed online at If you have any questions concerning the markup, please contact Kaitlyn Peterson ( and Jessica Herron ( with the Committee staff. 

Legislation to be considered:   

  • H.R. 750, the “Chinese-owned Applications Using the Information of Our Nation Act of 2023” or the “CAUTION Act of 2023” (Reps. Kat Cammack (R-FL) and Darren Soto (D-FL)).  
  • H.R. 784, the “Internet Application Integrity and Disclosure Act” or the “Internet Application I.D. Act” (Reps. Russ Fulcher (R-ID) and Chris Pappas (D-NH)).  
  • H.R. 742, the “Telling Everyone the Location of data Leaving the U.S. Act” or the “TELL Act” (Reps. Jeff Duncan (R-SC), Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), and Scott Perry (R-PA)).  
  • H.R. 813, the “Global Investment in American Jobs Act of 2023” (Reps. Greg Pence (R-IN) and Marilyn Strickland (D-WA)). 
  • H.R. 752, the “Securing Semiconductor Supply Chains Act of 2023” (Reps. Eshoo (D-CA) and Pence (R-IN)). 
  • H.R. 1068, the Securing America’s Critical Minerals Supply Act (Rep. Larry Bucshon (R-IN)). 
  • H.R. 1121, the Protecting American Energy Production Act (Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC)). 
  • H.R. 1085, the Researching Efficient Federal Improvements for Necessary Energy Refining (REFINER) Act (Rep. Bob Latta (R-OH)). 
  • H.R. 1058, the Promoting Cross-border Energy Infrastructure Act (Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R-ND)). 
  • H. Con. Res. 14, a resolution disapproving of President Biden canceling Keystone XL (Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ)). 
  • H. Con. Res. 17, a resolution to Support America’s Energy Expansion (Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-KY)). 
  • H.R. 1130, the Unlocking Our Domestic LNG Potential Act (Rep. Bill Johnson (R-OH)).
  • H.R. 1115, the Promoting Interagency Coordination for Review of Natural Gas Pipelines Act (Rep. Michael Burgess (R-TX)). 
  • H.R. 1070, a bill to streamline permitting for refining critical materials (Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA)). 
  • H.R. 1131, a bill to cut red tape for critical energy resource facilities (Rep. John Joyce (R-PA)).  
  • H.R. 1140, a bill to unlock critical energy materials (Rep. Greg Pence (R-IN)). 
  • H.R. 1158, the Elimination of Future Technology Delays Act (Rep. John Curtis (R-UT)). 
  • H.R. 1141, the Natural Gas Tax Repeal Act (Rep. August Pfluger (R-TX)). 
  • H.R. 1023, a bill to repeal section 134 of the Clean Air Act, relating to the greenhouse gas reduction fund (Rep. Gary Palmer (R-AL)). 
  • H.R. 1155, the Keeping America’s Refineries Act (Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX)).