ACTION ALERT: House to consider energy bills to lower gas prices

“The House Energy and Commerce Committee will begin considering two energy bills Tuesday aimed at expanding domestic oil-and-gas leasing and ensuring that federal environmental regulations don’t raise prices at the pump,” The Hill reports this morning.

“The Gasoline Regulations Act would prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from finalizing key air pollution regulations until a Cabinet-level commission analyzes the regulations’ potential impacts on gasoline prices.

“And the Strategic Energy Production Act would expand oil-and-gas leasing on federal lands if the president releases oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR), a 696-million-barrel emergency oil stockpile.

“The committee will hear opening statements from lawmakers Tuesday and is slated to vote on the bills Wednesday.”

It is vital these bills make it out of committee, and that won’t happen without action from American Tradition Partnership supporters like you.

Call your representative at 202-224-3121. If you don’t know who your member of Congress is, just give the operator your ZIP code.

Ask your representative to support the Gasoline Regulations Act and the Strategic Energy Production Act if they are on the House Energy Committee, or on the House floor if they are not.

This legislation won’t succeed without phone calls from American Tradition Partnership supporters like you, so let’s show Congress Americans want action on energy prices and rational energy policy.

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