NEW U.S. CONGRESS HAS LITTLE TIME FOR ACTION ON ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT

03/06/1995
The Republican party's takeover of Congress is producing the most interesting U.S. legislative session in many years, but it will be far from the most productive. The 104th Congress bolted from the starting gate early All the emphasis has been on passing legislation contained in the House Republicans' Contract with America. A Sample of Industry Issues in Congress (bytes 33918) Those bills will preoccupy Congress for several months to come, leaving relatively little time for energy and environmental legislation. Bills not well advanced by spring may get caught in the legislative doldrums that usually occur when the presidential ...
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