/  Rules Resource for H.R. 910 - Energy Tax Prevention Act of 2011

Rules Resource for H.R. 910 - Energy Tax Prevention Act of 2011

Summary

H.R. 910 prevents the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from using the Clean Air Act (CAA) to implement its global warming regulatory agenda that drives up energy costs, and results in job losses by clarifying that greenhouse gases are not pollutants under the CAA. It also repeals existing CAA greenhouse gas climate change rules.

Type of Rule

Structured rule for consideration of H.R. 910. Reported by a vote of 8 yeas and 3 nays.

Amendments

 

H.R. 910
Republican
Democratic
Bipartisan
Submitted
3
37
0
Withdrawn
0
5
0
Made in Order
0
12
0

 

Other Elements of the Rule

 

  • Debate Time: Provides one hour of general debate divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on Energy and Commerce.
  • Provides 10 minutes of debate for each of the 12 amendments made in order.
  • Provides one motion to recommit with or without instructions.  
  • Floor Managers: Sessions/Polis

Floor Action Expected

The rule and the bill are expected to be debated on the floor on: April 6, 2011