WASHINGTON, DC – The House voted Tuesday on a pair of resolutions expressing disapproval of the Obama Administration’s recent regulatory actions that will negatively impact the American energy industry. S.J. Res 23 and S.J.
WASHINGTON, DC – This afternoon, President Obama formally rejected TransCanada’s application for the Keystone XL pipeline. After the announcement, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC – This morning, the House of Representatives passed a series of amendments to the Highway Bill package. The House-passed amendments now move to conference with the Senate. Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster named Congressman Bob Gibbs as a conferee. After passage, Gibbs made the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC – Following the Senate’s procedural vote that blocked the passage of Sen. Barrasso’s bill to stop the Environmental Protection Agency’s Waters of the United States rule, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC – After voting against the Bipartisan Budget Act, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement:
“This afternoon, I voted against a budget proposal that increases spending above the sequester. Since the Budget Control Act was passed in 2011, the House has made significant progress in cutting discretionary spending.
WASHINGTON, DC – After the publication of the Clean Power Plan (CPP) in the Federal Register, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC – This afternoon, the Department of Interior released the report on the Gold King Mine spill that polluted the Animas River with three million gallons of toxic wastewater, affecting three states. The report, conducted by Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), concluded that what led to the incident at the Gold King Mine was not an isolated incident.
WASHINGTON, DC – After the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s approval of the Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Reform (STRR) Act, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC – Friday afternoon, the House of Representatives passed legislation to lift the ban on exporting crude oil. The bill, which had bipartisan support, repeals the 1975 law that established the ban.