Key Vote NO on amendment H.R. 5376

The American Energy Alliance reminds all members of our previously issued key vote alert opposing H.R. 5376, the reconciliation spending package. The reconciliation package is packed with subsidies for special interests and distortions to energy markets. Energy sources we are assured are already cheap are generously subsidized. Reliable energy sources, like those that heat American homes, are taxed. Domestic […]

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Key Vote NO on H.R. 3684

The American Energy Alliance urges all members to vote NO on H.R. 3684, the infrastructure bill as amended by the Senate. This legislation is poor policy and a bad use of taxpayer resources. The subsidies for electric vehicles and charging are not the responsibility of the federal government. The tens of billions of dollars for unneeded […]

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Key Vote NO on Nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning

The American Energy Alliance urges all Senators to oppose the nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning for director of the Bureau of Land Management. Stone-Manning has a demonstrated history of environmental radicalism that is disqualifying for the role of BLM director. Her involvement in violent, criminal activism alone should be disqualifying. But beyond that incident Stone-Manning has […]

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Key Vote YES on Amendments 3104 and 3105

The American Energy Alliance urges all Senators to support amendments 3104 and 3105 to S.Con.Res. 14. The Biden administration’s oil and gas leasing ban on federal lands has already been ruled illegal. Leasing must be reinstated immediately according to existing law and long-standing practice. The EPA, state regulators and independent researchers have repeatedly over the years studied the environmental […]

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Key Vote NO on Cloture on the Substitute Amendment

The American Energy Alliance urges all Senators to oppose cloture on the substitute amendment to H.R. 3684. The substance of the amendment is poor policy and a bad use of taxpayer resources. The subsidies for electric vehicles and charging are not the responsibility of the federal government. The tens of billions of dollars for unneeded and […]

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Key Vote NO on Cloture to Proceed to Infrastructure Vehicle

The American Energy Alliance urges all Senators to oppose cloture on proceeding to the vehicle for the proposed bipartisan infrastructure bill. This announced deal is poor policy and a bad use of taxpayer resources. The subsidies for electric vehicles and charging are not the responsibility of the federal government. The tens of billions of dollars for unneeded […]

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Key Vote NO on H.R. 1187

The American Energy Alliance urges all members to oppose H.R. 1187 The Corporate Governance Improvement and Investor Protection Act. Despite its title, this legislation is not about improving corporate governance or protecting investors, its purpose is to inject partisan political priorities into the regulation of financial disclosures. The purpose of SEC-mandated financial disclosures is to […]

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Key Vote YES on Lee Amendment to S. 1251

The American Energy Alliance urges all Senators to support the Lee Amendment to S. 1251 the Growing Climate Solutions Ace of 2021. Should this amendment not be adopted, AEA urges all Senators to oppose final passage. Despite being described as “self-certification,” the certification program established by S.1251 is a de facto federalization of the environmental […]

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Key Vote NO on S.J. Res. 14

The American Energy Alliance urges all members to oppose S.J. Res. 14, the Senate companion to H.J. Res. 34, the Congressional Review Act resolution regarding new source performance standards for the oil and gas sector, also known as the methane rule. The original NSPS permitting rules from 2016 were onerous and unworkable, especially for independent […]

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Key Vote NO on H.R. 1187

The American Energy Alliance urges all members to oppose H.R. 1187 The Corporate Governance Improvement and Investor Protection Act. Despite its title, this legislation is not about improving corporate governance or protecting investors, its purpose is to inject partisan political priorities into the regulation of financial disclosures. The purpose of SEC mandated financial disclosures is […]

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