‘Legislation to remove crude export restrictions is not needed at this time’
The bill is paid for, allegedly, by shuffling deck chairs on the Titanic and having a federal garage sale.
If the exchanges get struck down, millions will lose subsidized coverage.
‘Obama’s veto is bad news for US workers and US energy security’
Congress tries to push project forward
‘The deeper we dig into this proposal, the more problems we uncover’
But he doesn’t have an opinion about U.S. borders…
‘Your supposed watchdog agency had neither bark nor bite’
Democrats have already committed a number of unforced errors that have expanded the map.
Uncle Fred’s office declines to comment on niece’s racy nudes
‘This action will further slow down approvals and could discourage investment in export projects’
‘This lengthy report is short on details’
‘They’re trying to do this through the back door again’
GOP raises questions
The most modern part of America’s economy has the most obsolete law.
This is what it would look like
Senate will consider legislation that would put a gradually rising tax on carbon dioxide emissions
The House Energy and Commerce Chairman and his niece bring it — under the Capitol dome and on the catwalk
House votes 245-161 to phase out DOE loan program that enabled Solyndra