The Biden Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plans to strictly limit the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), the most commonly used refrigerant in air conditioners and refrigerators. According to reports, the Biden Administration has finalized a rule to reduce use of HFCs by 85 percent over the next 15 years.
“Up until the Biden Administration took over, we were energy secure, no longer dependent upon Middle East oil. The shale gas revolution enabled U.S. energy to be even less expensive and more reliable. Now, we find ourselves in a very different place, just 8 months later."
The legislation would raise taxes on working families and small businesses while fueling higher prices on goods and services in order to give tax breaks and handouts to the Democrats’ wealthy friends.
President Biden waived congressionally mandated sanctions on Nord Stream 2 A.G., which is the company overseeing the pipeline construction.
Instead of following the science, it appears EPA leveraged a Ninth Circuit ruling to ban a product to appease liberal activists without considering the impacts on the agricultural community.
Biden's new federal office for climate hysteria will support ‘regulatory efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and criteria air pollution throughout the health care sector, including participating suppliers and providers.’”
An additional $28 billion in spending will be added to the bill by Democrat Leadership after the Committee completed the markup—a stunning dereliction of process.
“We have no information on what the climate police may be, what its purpose is, how it will work, why it is needed, or any other answers to the most fundamental questions American taxpayers expect this body to know and deliberate on before spending trillions of dollars."
Congress never intended to provide the EPA with the authority to regulate vehicles used solely for competition, including vehicles modified to be used exclusively for racing.
Rep. Lauren Boebert condemned the Department of Interior’s partisan decision to move the Bureau of Land Management headquarters back to D.C. and condemned Senators Bennet and Hickenlooper for failing to stand up for Colorado by using procedural tactics easily available to them.