House Energy Panel Seeks Billions For EPA To Cut GHGs, Air Pollution

September 10, 2021
The House Energy & Commerce Committee is poised to mark up budget reconciliation measures Sept. 13 that would appropriate billions of dollars for EPA to cut greenhouse gases and conventional air pollution, while also imposing a controversial methane emissions fee on oil and gas producers that the sector strongly opposes. Once approved by the committee, the legislation would be included in a broader package by the Budget Committee, which will advance them to the House floor under so-called budget reconciliation...

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