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  1. WATCHING WASHINGTON CAPITOL HILL WILDCATTING

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    Mon, 15 Jun 1992

    an unusual sight for the nation's capital. Erected near the Air and Space Museum on the National Mall, just below Capitol Hill , was a drilling rig. The Independent Petroleum Association of America brought the rig to Washington to make a point

  2. WATCHING WASHINGTON BTU TAX BATTLE HITS CAPITOL HILL

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    Mon, 10 May 1993

    The battle over President Clinton's proposed BTU tax officially unfolded on Capitol Hill last week. As the House ways and means committee began work on the administration's plan to tax the energy content of fuels

  1. ANWR provisions continue to stir energy debates on Capitol Hill

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    Thu, 15 Nov 2001

    The congressional battle over comprehensive energy legislation continued this week with a controversial proposal to lease a portion of the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge taking center stage. A growing number of lawmakers predicted Wednesday that ANWR supporters do not have the

  2. U.S. ENERGY ISSUES LARGELY ON HOLD ON CAPITOL HILL

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    Mon, 30 Dec 1991

    Patrick Crow Washington Editor The U.S. energy agenda for 1992 consists mainly of one bill in Congress, and it may be too large for Congress to swallow. Inspired by the Bush administration's program to revamp U.S. energy policy, congressional committees last year dumped all their energy legislation

  3. Republicans seek to turn up political heat over energy policy

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    Thu, 28 Jun 2001

    dominated the agenda Thursday at the White House and on Capitol Hill on the eve of a 1-week congressional recess. The administration of President George W. Bush formally sent to Capitol Hill the legislative portions of its National Energy Strategy

  4. Watching Government: Call it a crisis

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    Mon, 2 Apr 2001

    In quick fashion, both Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill are pointing the finger at each other. Nevertheless ..... congressional staffer who represents a key Democratic leader on Capitol Hill . "But every [industry] witness who has testified

  5. An absence of proportion

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    Mon, 19 May 2014

    forced to take the fight to an overly active White House supported by Democratic leaders who won't let it happen on Capitol Hill . Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) prevented votes on amendments to the energy bill. He said he'd

  6. Why Congress still matters

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    Mon, 3 Feb 2014

    other capital-intensive industries." IPAA and other associations also expect congressional oversight to become more essential if regulators try to develop new rules under administrative authority. Capitol Hill contacts won't be neglected.

  7. NEPA and the climate

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    Mon, 1 Apr 2013

    futility. But Obama claims to know better. He'll act. Consequences will be dire. And fault will reside not on Capitol Hill but in the White House. Broadening NEPA review Press reports indicate the White House soon will instruct federal agencies

  8. US House passes Keystone XL bill despite White House's veto threat

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    Thu, 23 May 2013

    Americans that jobs and energy security are not a priority to some in government. However, we have bipartisan leadership on Capitol Hill ; we just need leadership from the president to help our fellow citizens get back to work.” Environmental organizations

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