Greens see Chamber support of renewables as 'window dressing'
Even though the U.S. Chamber of Commerce — and its Institute for 21st Century Energy — has been talking more about cleaner power sources, critics and even some business leaders say the group appears to be more in sync with the interests of fossil fuels and utilities.
Storm delays votes, hearings
House leaders today decided to cancel House votes tomorrow night because of the incoming winter storm that may drop several inches of snow on the Washington area.
Lawmakers, advocates to air concerns about cuts
Lawmakers and advocates are likely to air more concerns this week about a White House proposal to boost military spending next year by making sharp cuts to domestic agencies like U.S. EPA and the Interior Department.
Grijalva probes Interior stream rule job loss claim
House Natural Resources Committee ranking member Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) is asking the Interior Department for more information about its blog post this week on the now-defunct Stream Protection Rule.
Lamar Smith presses EPA on Pebble mine
House Science, Space and Technology Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) is asking U.S. EPA to scrap proposed limits on the controversial Pebble gold and copper mine in southwestern Alaska.