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09/23/2011
Sponsored by Representative John Sullivan (R-OK), this legislation--known as the TRAIN Act--represents the single biggest assault on the Clean Air Act in its over 40 year history. This reckless bill guts health-based clean air standards and blocks two of the most significant and long overdue clean air protections that reduce harmful pollution--like mercury, smog, and soot--from power plants, resulting each year in tens of thousands of premature deaths, over 200,000 asthma attacks, and increased health care costs for families already struggling to make ends meet.
Oppose
Passed
07/28/2011
James Lankford (R-OK) offered this amendment to gut funding for the Council on Environmental Quality, a critical division within the White House that coordinates environmental policy across the Executive Branch agencies. NO is the pro-environment vote.
Oppose
Failed
07/27/2011
Norm Dicks (D-WA) offered this amendment to strike a harmful provision in the FY12 Interior and Environment Appropriations bill that is the most sweeping attempt in recent history to gut the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The ESA has successfully saved such iconic American species as the bald eagle, American alligator, grizzly bear and gray wolf. YES is the pro-environment vote.
Support
Agreed To
07/26/2011
Legislation to expedite a decision on the dangerous Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, which would threaten the environment and jeopardize the health and safety of surrounding communities. NO is the pro-environment vote.
Oppose
Passed
07/25/2011
Tim Huelskamp (R-KS) offered this amendment to slash $3 billion from the Interior and Environment Appropriations bill. The underlying spending bill is already the single biggest assault on the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the wildlife and wild places we hold dear to ever come before Congress. NO is the pro-environment vote.
Oppose
Failed
07/22/2011
This motion would table a bill passed by the U.S. House that imposes draconian mandatory spending cuts and makes an increase in the debt ceiling conditional on passage of a balanced budget constitutional amendment. Such a constitutional amendment, given current federal revenues, would mean devastating cuts to environmental, public health, and other essential programs. YES is the pro-environment vote.
Support
Agreed To
07/15/2011
The FY12 Energy and Water Appropriations bill includes a dirty water policy rider and increases funding for mature and polluting energy sources while cutting critical investments in clean, renewable energy that will improve public health and create jobs. Energy efficiency and renewable energy programs are cut 27% compared to FY11, while the budget for the innovative Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) is slashed by 44%. NO is the pro-environment vote.
Oppose
Passed
07/13/2011
This legislation, led by John Mica (R-FL), is a sweeping assault on the Clean Water Act, and will undermine a legacy of coordination and balance between Federal and State governments that has resulted in significant progress in cleaning up America's waters. More importantly, it will mean dirtier water for millions of Americans by preventing the EPA from fulfilling its requirements under the Clean Water Act to protect the health and water quality of all Americans. NO is the pro-environment vote.
Oppose
Passed
07/12/2011
This legislation, led by Joe Barton (R-TX), repeals the commonsense light bulb efficiency standards signed into law by President Bush in 2007. These standards contribute to billions of dollars in savings for American families, thousands of new jobs in the manufacturing sector, and energy savings equivalent to 30 large power plants. NO is the pro-environment vote.
Oppose
Failed
07/12/2011
Jim Moran (D-VA) offered this amendment to strike a harmful provision in the FY12 Energy & Water Appropriations bill that blocks the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from protecting our nation's waterways, which threatens sources of drinking water for 117 million Americans. YES is the pro-environment vote.
Support
Failed

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