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U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources Republicans led by Congressman Rob Bishop. on Instagram
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As we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, we honor the contributions and achievements of Hispanic Americans across our country.
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 13
Replying to @RepMikeJohnson
To read the full statement by and others on the introduction of the Act, click here:
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 13
spoke on the floor this week in support of the Act. "We have the means to use those God-given resources to create jobs, foster economic growth and pave the way to an era of American energy dominance." Watch his floor speech below👇
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Recognizing our employees honored ystrday at 's 74th Honor Awards Convocation. Died in line of service-Brian Hughes. Valor-Thomas Healy, Jack Hoeflich, Jeff Pirog, Eric Small, Aaron Smith. Meritorious Service-Rick Obernesser
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 12
"It was sad when we had the hearing on this bill the did not invite [the Iñupiat tribe] of this area to testify. We did." Rep. Bishop makes it clear. The bill infringes on their land. Their resources. Their area. It is time to open .
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Western Caucus Sep 12
Congressional Reporters: Ask House Democrats who say they want to if they know where the Gwich’in people live. HINT: It is hundreds of miles from the 1002 Area of . The Inupiat people of Kaktovik are the only village located in ANWR.
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Rep. Don Young Sep 11
Senator , and I penned a joint op-ed highlighting the need to protect Alaska’s right to develop our lands from House Democrats attempting to close ANWR forever. Read our full op-ed here:
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 12
Replying to @NatResources
To read more about the legislation:
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 12
Just now, highlights the Act. Introduced yesterday, this legislation would encourage efficient onshore and offshore production of both conventional and renewable energy resources. This would ensure growth and security for decades to come.
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Western Caucus Sep 12
Most offensively, the repeal effort ignores the Inupiat people of Kaktovik, the only village located in the . Most who live there, like a sizable majority of Alaskans, support responsible development of the 1002 Area.
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 12
Maybe and the Democrats should actually listen to local and tribal leaderships in Alaska who call the land their home and support energy development in .
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Rep. Liz Cheney Sep 11
Today, I joined and to introduce legislation that will end unnecessary overreach from Washington bureaucrats, and enable states to manage energy production on lands within their borders. My full statement below:
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Markwayne Mullin Sep 11
Americans want dependable, efficient energy at a price they can afford. An all-of-the-above energy strategy accomplishes that goal while also providing good-paying jobs and growing our economy. Proud to support this legislation!
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Rep. Don Young Sep 11
I'd like to remind that national labor unions -- that Democrats claim to support -- oppose their efforts to close . Their bill will destroy well-paying jobs and threaten thousands of blue-collar workers. I'm fighting to make sure ANWR is open for business.
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Nikki Martin Sep 11
. supports this Act & its effort to ensure agencies adhere to existing statutory timelines instead of unwarranted & indefensible delays. The only reason to oppose the Act would be opposition to efficient federal processes & a desire for ambiguities & inefficiencies.
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 11
Replying to @NatResources
House Democrats are set to consider radical legislation this week which would stifle development of our resources, ensure our reliance on foreign countries and jeopardize unprecedented economic growth seen in recent years. Watch the full video here:
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 11
Class is in Session: Rep. Bishop spoke on the House Floor today to critique the Democrats' Russia-first Agenda and highlight the Act. "The Democrats...energy policy will have the net effect of destroying jobs... driving us into an economic tailspin…”
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Rep. Jeff Duncan Sep 11
Exactly. HR 1941 makes us strategically weaker as a nation by leveraging Russia while undermining our own energy security.
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 11
Fact: is not wrong. The Democrat agenda this week would stifle our unprecedented economic growth seen under and make us reliant on foreign countries to meet our energy needs.
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Natural Resources GOP Sep 11
Locking up our domestic resources will only worsen our dependence on foreign sources of oil, much of which comes from our adversaries. We have the ability to achieve energy independence by safely and responsibly developing our resources here. The Act:
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