8/2/2013

The House of Representatives on Thursday approved the Energy Consumers Relief Act in a 232-181 vote, a move that could limit the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to adopt costly federal regulations. The bill would require the EPA to report rules that could cost $1 billion or more. It would also authorize the Department of Energy to block the enforcement of EPA rules that could stifle economic growth.

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