Energy and Commerce Committee

Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection (115th Congress)

Don’t Forget to Change Your Clock!  Yes, Again…But Why?


WASHINGTON, DC – It’s that time again. This Sunday, we’ll all go through the biannual exercise of changing our clocks due to the switch between Standard and Daylight Saving Time (DST).

DST has an interesting history.  First implemented in the United States in 1918, it was repealed just one year later after Congress voted to override then-President Woodrow Wilson’s veto.  The repeal led to decades of a patchwork of observances across the country.  It wasn’t until the enactment of the Uniform Time Act in 1966 that the...


Walden, Latta, and Harper on Anti-Doping Summit at White House


WASHINGTON, DC – Today Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR), Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection Chairman Bob Latta (R-OH), and Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation Chairman Gregg Harper (R-MS) released the following statement at the conclusion of the Washington Anti-Doping Summit at the White House.

“For years we have heard from American and international athletes that sport must be clean and governance must be transparent.  These systems exist to protect our athletes, and it is critical that we ensure their effectiveness. We support the Washington Anti-Doping Summit...

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ICYMI: GM CEO Barra Calls for Federal Framework for Self-Driving Cars


Washington, DC – In an opinion piece for Axios, General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra called for federal...

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Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection (115th Congress)


Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection (115th Congress)