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Introduced by Rep. Headland, Grande, Heller
Introduced by Sen. Christmann, Wanzek, Wardner
A concurrent resolution urging Congress to adopt legislation prohibiting the Environmental Protection Agency by any legal means from regulating greenhouse emissions, including, if necessary, defunding Environmental Protection Agency greenhouse gas regulatory activities; imposing a moratorium on adoption on any new air quality regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency by any legal means, except those regulations directly addressing an imminent health or environmental emergency, for a period of at least two years; and requiring the administration to undertake a study identifying all regulatory activity the Environmental Protection Agency intends to undertake in furtherance of its goal of "taking action on climate change and improving air quality" and specifying the cumulative effect of all these regulations on the economy, jobs, and American economic competitiveness.

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01/28 House Introduced, first reading, referred Energy and Natural Resources Committee HJ 286

02/10 Committee Hearing 09:00

02/15 House Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 15 0 0 HJ 576

02/16 House Amendment adopted, placed on calendar HJ 583

02/18 House Second reading, adopted HJ 631

02/21 Senate Received from House SJ 491

02/23 Senate Introduced, first reading, referred Natural Resources Committee SJ 598

03/11 Committee Hearing 10:45

03/17 Committee Hearing 02:30

03/25 Senate Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 5 2 0 SJ 883

Amendment adopted, placed on calendar SJ 865

Second reading, adopted as amended SJ 865

03/25 House Returned to House (12) HJ 1132

03/28 House Concurred HJ 1145

Second reading, adopted yeas 74 nays 17 HJ 1145

03/28 Senate Signed by President SJ 903

03/28 House Signed by Speaker HJ 1168

Filed with Secretary Of State 03/28 HJ 1156

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