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FreedomWorks Stands with Senator Inhofe Against the EPA
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FreedomWorks Stands with Senator Inhofe Against the EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency, a favorite tool of Obama’s job crushing agenda, continuously promulgates unilateral rules and regulations that ultimately threaten entire industries in the United States and push consumer prices constantly higher. Most notably, the EPA’s recent regulatory onslaught is targeting energy by way of new restrictions on fossil fuels, which will increase prices, reduce the reliability of the nation’s electricity grid, and destroy jobs.

02/17/2012
New Podcast: "The green assault on the American economy"
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New Podcast: "The green assault on the American economy"

Last week, Dr. Wayne Brough talked out-of-control EPA bureaucrats and harmful energy regulation with Scott Lee, host of central Virginia's political talk radio show "The Score." 

02/13/2012
Wind Energy: A Darker Shade of Green
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Wind Energy: A Darker Shade of Green

A Darker Shade of Green Wind energy has become an environmentalist’s catchall. Americans have been led to believe that the big white wind turbines springing up all across the country are a sort of great white hope for the environment and energy security.

09/12/2011
The Bureaucrazies Part 3: the Dihydrogen Oxide Effect and the EPA's Onslaught on Affordable Power
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The Bureaucrazies Part 3: the Dihydrogen Oxide Effect and the EPA's Onslaught on Affordable Power

The Bureaucrazies Part 3: the Dihydrogen Oxide Effect and the EPA's Onslaught on Affordable Power  Dihydrogen oxide, also known as hydric acid, is a dangerous chemical that’s use goes widely unregulated in industry, homes, and population centers as a whole.  The substance can also be found outside of areas with human activity.  High concentrations can be found in the soil in a variety of environments including forests and farms.  Even greater concentrations are found in lakes, rivers, and oceans across the globe.  Extreme levels of hydric acid are also t

08/09/2011
EPA attacks on the States
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EPA attacks on the States

Under a new plan from the Environment Protection Agency, States could face up to $90 billion in costs. The new EPA National Health Based Standards for Ozone would take the current levels of 75 Parts Per Billion (PPB) of Ozone and lower it to a level of 60 to 70 PPB. By increasing the strict level of PPB numerous new counties would faces fines for not being up to code. As many as 650 counties from across the United States would face these fines if the new laws are enacted. To put that into perspective roughly 21% of the counties nation-wide would not be up to code. 

08/01/2011
Letter to Senate: Cosponsor Sen. Barasso's "Defending America's Affordable Energy and Jobs Act."
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Letter to Senate: Cosponsor Sen. Barasso's "Defending America's Affordable Energy and Jobs Act."

Dear Senator,FreedomWorks is a leading grassroots organization with over one million members fighting for lower taxes, less government and more freedom. I am writing today to urge you to cosponsor S. 228, “Defending America’s Affordable Energy and Jobs Act.”  Introduced by Sen. Barrasso (R-Wyo.), this bill would stop the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from regulating greenhouse gases without specific congressional authorization.

02/08/2011
The Regulatory Review We Need
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The Regulatory Review We Need

The White House's call to conduct a regulatory review which focuses only on obsolete and old regulations is hardly worth it; the immediate threat to American jobs are not just old and obsolete regulations which were implemented ten, twenty or thirty years ago, but the near-1000 new rules that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued during the past few months.  The Wall Street Journal  notes:

02/07/2011
Al Gore and Ethanol
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Al Gore and Ethanol

Democracy and Power 106: A Politician Receives No Financial Gain for Good Policy or Punishment for Bad Policy It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong. – Thomas Sowell

12/02/2010
Senate Votes to Abdicate Its Responsibility, Giving the EPA the Green Light to Impose Costly Climate Change Regulations
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Senate Votes to Abdicate Its Responsibility, Giving the EPA the Green Light to Impose Costly Climate Change Regulations

FreedomWorks is disappointed that the U.S. Senate voted down a “motion to proceed” to a final vote on S. J. Res. 26., Sen.

06/10/2010
Rockefeller YES for Murkowski
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Rockefeller YES for Murkowski

Late yesterday Sen. Rockefeller announced that he will vote in favor of the Murkowski Resolution. Until then, we were uncertain in which way he would vote.  However in a prepared statement Rockefeller said:I have long maintained that the Congress – not the unelected EPA – must decide major economic and energy policy. EPA regulation will have an enormous impact on the economic security of West Virginia and our energy future.

06/09/2010

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