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Lights Out: War On Coal Continues Unabated
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Issue Analysis

Lights Out: War On Coal Continues Unabated

Let us remember that this was the plan all along. And it's working.Patriot Coal Company filed for bankruptcy on July 9, 2012 as coal prices have plummeted from reduced demand resulting from low natural gas prices and new regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). (emphasis mine)This is probably just the beginning.

07/23/2012
My Day at the Capitol with FreedomWorks
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Blog

My Day at the Capitol with FreedomWorks

Earlier this month during the FreedomWorks Fly-In we had the opportunity to meet with several young activists from New Jersey. During their time with us they were able to to head to Capitol Hill to lobby against the Utility MACT with their Congressmen and Senators.The following was written by one activist, Chris Boyajian, on his experiences lobbying with FreedomWorks.

06/21/2012
FreedomWorks Activists Lobby for S.J. Res. 37
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Key Vote

FreedomWorks Activists Lobby for S.J. Res. 37

After a long weekend of learning how to be a better activist and learning how to continue grassroots movements in their perspective states, patriots from different states in the nation were so passionate about the cause that on Monday afternoon once the training sessions were formally over they took to Capitol Hill to lobby. The activists were led through the senate buildings by some staffers and interns from FreedomWorks and given information and talking points about the Utility MACT and S.J. Res. 37.

06/12/2012
Key Vote YES on Resolution to Reject EPA's Utility MACT Rule
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Key Vote

Key Vote YES on Resolution to Reject EPA's Utility MACT Rule

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our million-plus members nationwide, I urge you to contact your senators and urge them to vote YES on S.J. Res. 37, a joint resolution to disapprove of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Utility MACT rule under the Congressional Review Act (CRA). Introduced by Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), this resolution will stop the EPA’s new costly regulation that will have devastating effects on American industries and will increase energy prices for American consumers.

06/08/2012