The U.S. House of Representatives has passed H. Con. Res. 27, the House Republican fiscal year 2016 budget. Following passage of the “Balanced Budget ...
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For the 114th Congress, Congressman Flores will serve as Chairman of the Republican Study Committee (RSC). The RSC is an influential group of House Republicans organized for the purpose of advancing a conservative economic and social agenda in the House of Representatives.
Through the "Organizing Around Abundance: Making American An Energy Superpower" plan, I have set forth principles that puts America on the road to energy security and economic prosperity.
The Republican Study Committee's “Blueprint for a Balanced Budget,” balances the federal budget in six years, reforms and reduces government spending by $7.1 trillion relative to current policy over 10 years and repeals Obamacare through reconciliation.
The House Committee on Energy & Commerce has been working to develop a bipartisan solution to coal ash. This bill is a commonsense approach that alleviates the coal ash rule’s implementation issues while requiring States to develop enforceable permit programs through minimum federal standards.
The House Committee on Energy & Commerce has been working to develop a bipartisan solution to coal ash. This bill is a commonsense approach that alleviates the coal ash rule’s implementation issues while requiring States to develop enforceable permit programs through minimum federal standards. Congressman Flores questions a panel to further examine this legislative initiative.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed its 111(d) rule, or its “Clean Power Plan”, for existing power plants. States would be required to meet carbon dioxide emissions “goals” and have a plan submitted within 12 months. If the EPA determines the plan to be unsatisfactory, then the State would have to adopt a Federal plan. Congressman Flores questions a panel regarding the federal government’s overreach in this proposed rule.
Today, Republican Study Committee (RSC) Chairman Bill Flores (R-TX) and RSC Budget and Spending Task Force Chairman Marlin Stutzman (R-IN) released th...
U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-Texas) issued the following statement regarding the newly released Department of Interior hydraulic fracturing regu...