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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Marc Veasey (TX-33) introduced the “Storing CO2 and Lowering Emissions” or “SCALE” Act along with Congressman David McKinley (WV-01), Congresswoman Cheri Bustos (IL-17), and Congressman Pete Stauber (MN-08). The bill will support the buildout of the infrastructure necessary to transport CO2 from where it is captured to where it can be utilized in manufacturing or safely and securely sequestered underground.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Marc Veasey (TX-33) of the Energy and Commerce Committee, joined his colleagues to pass the Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act – a package of bipartisan bills to put our nation on the path to achieve a clean energy future that lifts up and protects all communities in our country. Today’s legislative package includes several pieces of legislation Rep.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, Representative Marc Veasey, along with Representatives Lizzie Fletcher, Bob Latta, and Troy Balderson introduced the Pipeline Safety Pilot Program Act. The bill establishes a pilot program for pipeline safety enhancement at the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA). This will allow testing of cutting edge pipeline safety technologies in every day applications.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Marc Veasey joined his colleagues to pass the Moving Forward Act, a bill to invest more than $1.5 trillion in modern, sustainable infrastructure while creating millions of good-paying jobs, combatting the climate crisis and addressing disparities in urban, suburban and rural communities across North Texas and throughout the country.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Marc Veasey (TX-33) of the Energy & Commerce and the Small Business Committees released the statement following today after he joined his colleagues to pass a bipartisan spending package:
Washington, DC – Rep. Veasey voted yesterday to pass H.R. 3375, the bipartisan Stopping Bad Robocalls Act, to bring much needed relief to Americans threatened by abusive robocall practices. Last year, an estimated 47.8 billion robocalls were placed nationwide, an increase of 17 billion calls over the previous year, which represent a rising risk to the American people as robocallers intensify their scams to defraud consumers, disrupt our health care system and more.
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