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News & Analysis In the Congress Volume 49, Issue 9

H. Res. 522

would express the sense of the House of Representatives that the production of oil and natural gas is essential to the economy and well-being of the United States, and that addressing energy needs requires cooperation instead of coercion.

Natural Resources (generally)

H.R. 4026

would amend the Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 to promote timely exploration for geothermal resources under geothermal leases.

Natural Resources (generally)

H.R. 3983

would provide for federal and state agency coordination in the approval of certain authorizations under the Natural Gas Act.

Natural Resources (generally)

S. 2270

would amend the Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 to promote timely exploration for geothermal resources under geothermal leases.

Natural Resources (generally)

H.R. 4051

would create a Climate Action Rebate Fund in order to efficiently reduce greenhouse gas emissions, provide a monthly rebate to the American people, encourage innovation of clean energy technologies, create new economic opportunities, ensure the resiliency of our infrastructure, assist with the transition to a clean energy economy, and leave a healthier, more stable, and more prosperous nation for future generations.

Climate Change (generally)

H.R. 4032

would require the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to carry out an assessment of the resiliency of the Great Lakes coastline.

Climate Change (generally)

S. 2284

would create a Climate Action Rebate Fund in order to efficiently reduce greenhouse gas emissions, provide a monthly rebate to the American people, encourage innovation of clean energy technologies, create new economic opportunities, ensure the resiliency of our infrastructure, assist with the transition to a clean energy economy, and leave a healthier, more stable, and more prosperous nation for future generations.

Climate Change (generally)

H.R. 3973

would establish the Clean School Bus Grant Program.

Air (generally)

S. 2298

would amend the CAA to eliminate the corn ethanol mandate for renewable fuel.

Clean Air Act (CAA)

S. 2274

would establish a voluntary program that strengthens the economy, public health, and environment of the United States by reducing emissions from wood heaters.

Clean Air Act (CAA)