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News & Analysis In the Congress Volume 51, Issue 5

H.R. 2291

would amend the Internal Revenue Code to extend the publicly traded partnership ownership structure to energy power generation projects and transportation fuels.

Energy (generally)

H.R. 2202

would repeal the exemption for hydraulic fracturing in the SDWA.

Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)

H.R. 2197

would encourage the research and use of innovative materials and associated techniques in the construction and preservation of the domestic transportation and water infrastructure system.

Water (generally)

H.R. 2238

would amend the Solid Waste Disposal Act to reduce the production and use of certain single-use plastic products and packaging, improve the responsibility of producers in the design, collection, reuse, recycling, and disposal of their consumer products and packaging, and prevent pollution from consumer products and packaging from entering into animal and human food chains and waterways.

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)

H.R. 2229

would amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to limit the presence of toxic elements in, and otherwise regulate, infant and toddler food.

Toxic Substances (generally)

H.R. 2186

would amend the Agricultural Act to modify the limitations applicable to qualified conservation loan guarantees.

Environmental Law and Policy/Governance

H. Con. Res. 25

would encourage the architect of the Capitol to transition to the exclusive use of electricity derived from renewable energy sources to power the U.S. Capitol Complex by 2032.

Energy (generally)

H.R. 2267

would amend the Energy Policy and Conservation Act to provide federal financial assistance to States to implement expanded energy savings performance contracting programs.

Energy Policy and Conservation Act

H.R. 2263

would require the Secretary of Energy to establish a clean energy manufacturing grant program.

Energy (generally)

H.R. 2245

would establish the White House Council on Energy Transitions within the Executive Office of the President.

Energy (generally)
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