Prevent Consumer Harm and Strengthen the ENERGY STAR Program

From: The Honorable Robert E. Latta Sent By: Mandy.Gunasekara@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 4856 Date: 7/2/2014 Cosponsor the Energy Star Program Integrity Act Prevent Consumer Harm and Strengthen the ENERGY STAR Program Supported by: U.S. Chamber of Commerce, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), Alliance to Save Energy (ASE), American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), Association of Home Appliance […]

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Support The Climate Progress and Economic Competitiveness Act

From: The Honorable Chris Van Hollen Sent By: cornelius.queen@mail.house.gov Date: 7/2/2014 Support The Climate Progress and Economic Competitiveness Act Dear Colleague: The EPA’s recently proposed carbon rule for existing power plants represents an important milestone in our nation’s efforts to address global climate change.  When fully implemented, the carbon rule will achieve a 30 percent reduction […]

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Decide For Yourself

From: The Honorable Steve King Sent By: alex.curry@mail.house.gov Date: 7/1/2014 July 1, 2014 Dear Colleague: Thank you to those of you who chose to boycott the Humane Society of the United States’ (HSUS) event held last Thursday. This fight is about defending animal agriculture and fighting against HSUS’ unconstitutional legal tactics. HSUS’ desperate attempt to defend […]

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Support The Climate Progress and Economic Competitiveness Act

From: The Honorable Chris Van Hollen Sent By: cornelius.queen@mail.house.gov Date: 7/1/2014 Support The Climate Progress and Economic Competitiveness Act Dear Colleague: The EPA’s recently proposed carbon rule for existing power plants represents an important milestone in our nation’s efforts to address global climate change.  When fully implemented, the carbon rule will achieve a 30 percent reduction […]

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Protect States Rights and Cosponsor The Clean Air Fairness Act

From: The Honorable Pete Olson Sent By: Richard.England@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 4799 Date: 6/30/2014 Dear Colleague, Every state is responsible for its own pollution under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. However, there are certain sources of pollution beyond a state’s control. This can include naturally occuring and foreign pollution (as addressed by my other recent […]

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Support Efforts to Save Taxpayers Money by Cutting Energy Use

From: The Honorable Peter Welch Sent By: jake.oster@mail.house.gov Date: 6/27/2014 Dear Colleague, Federal agencies spend over $6 billion a year on energy.  Through the utilization of Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) and Utility Energy Service Contracts (UESCs) we can lower the federal energy bill and save taxpayer dollars without additional appropriations. Under these contracts, an energy […]

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Stop Ocean Zoning – Vote NO on the Lowenthal Amendment to H.R. 4899

From: The Honorable Bill Flores Sent By: eric.gustafson@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 4899 Date: 6/26/2014 Dear Colleague: The administration’s National Ocean Policy (NOP) developed under Executive Order 13547 includes an overly ambitious agenda to engage in coastal and marine spatial planning (essentially zoning the oceans) and involves over 63 federal agencies, offices, and partnerships. Yet no federal agencies […]

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Support Capps-Brownley-Huffman-Lowenthal Amendment

From: The Honorable Lois Capps Sent By: aaron.shapiro@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 4899 Date: 6/26/2014 Support the Capps-Brownley-Huffman-Lowenthal Amendment Increase Transparency of Offshore Fracking Dear Colleague, While we know little about the impacts of fracking onshore, we know even less about the impacts offshore. Any leak, spill, or blowout offshore would be very difficult to detect and contain […]

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Support the Holt-Quigley Amendment to Ensure that LNG Exports are in the National Interest

Over the last several years the development of our abundant natural gas reserves have had impacts on lowering natural gas and electricity prices, reducing our dependence on foreign energy sources, and supporting a resurgence in American manufacturing. Numerous studies confirm that exporting our natural gas would increase the price domestically. What is uncertain is by how much and to what effect.

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