Two House Dems Move to Block EPA Regulations

Sen. Murkowski isn’t the only one with a resolution to stop the EPA from regulating greenhouse gases under its endangerment finding.  Like the 41 Senators now backing the Murkowski resolution, a similar bipartisan efforts is now underway in the House:

Two top House Democrats have introduced a measure aimed at blocking the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating pollution-causing greenhouse gases.

House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson of Minnesota and Armed Services Chairman Ike Skelton of Missouri want to veto the EPA’s finding in December that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases endanger public health and welfare.

Their resolution, co-sponsored by Missouri Republican Jo Ann Emerson, mirrors one drafted by Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski and backed by 41 senators from both parties.

Call and email your legislators today and ask them to support these efforts.