Washington, D.C. - This week was Energy Week in the U.S. House of Representatives and Congresswoman Elise Stefanik voted to pass multiple energy bills that would fulfill House Republicans’ promise to the American people to fight back against Joe Biden's war on American energy. 

“House Republicans delivered for the American people this week by passing legislation to unleash American energy dominance, lower energy costs for hardworking Americans, and end Joe Biden’s unprecedented war on American energy,” said Congresswoman Elise Stefanik. “House Republicans will never stop fighting to restore American energy dominance and bring down energy prices for Americans across the country.”

The bills House Republicans PASSED this week included:

  • H. Res. 987 - Denouncing the harmful, anti-American energy policies of the Biden administration Joe Biden’s America Last energy policies have jeopardized our grid security, caused the cost of living to skyrocket, and forced America to be dependent on foreign entities and adversaries. 
    • Denounces the harmful, anti-American energy policies of the Biden Administration.
  • H.R. 1023 - Cutting Green Corruption and Taxes Act
    • Repeals and rescinds the EPA’s $27 billion Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund, which will reduce the budget deficit, protect against government corruption, and stop China from receiving American taxpayer dollars. 
    • Strikes the Natural Gas Tax imposed by President Biden in the Inflation ‘Expansion’ Act.
  • H.R. 1121 - Protecting American Energy Production Act
    • Prevents any president from unilaterally banning hydraulic fracturing and expresses a Sense of Congress that fracking should be regulated by states on state and private land. 
  • H.R. 6009 - Restoring American Energy Dominance Act
    • Requires the Bureau of Land Management to withdraw the proposed rule entitled “Fluid Mineral Leases and Leasing Process” in order to unleash American energy dominance.
  • H.R. 7023 - Creating Confidence in Clean Water Permitting Act
    • Reforms and restores permitting processes under the Clean Water Act to reduce burdensome regulations and increase transparency.
  • H. Con. Res. 86 - Expressing the sense of Congress that a carbon tax would be detrimental to the United States economy
    • Expresses Congressional disapproval of President Biden’s planned carbon tax.