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ANDREW P. MORRISS: McCain will tap our oil reserves and speed construction of safe nuclear plants

  • 10/19/08
  • AEA
  • News
By ANDREW P. MORRIS Two cheers - but not three - for John McCain's energy plan. Like Obama's, McCain's plan is filled with the vague generalities about "energy independence" and reducing carbon emissions. And we need to remember that whichever team wins the election will have to negotiate energy policy with a Democratic-controlled Congress dominated by ideologues like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Nonetheless, the McCain plan has two important virtues. The first is that the McCain plan...
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Regulating CO2 Under the Clean Air Act—Not the Kind of Change We Have Been Waiting For

  • 10/17/08
  • AEA
  • Can't Make This Up

In July, the Environmental Protection Agency announced an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) regulating greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act.[1] This is likely the largest, most far-reaching regulation ever.

The threshold test for EPA to move forward with this far-reaching regulation is whether carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases ìendanger human health and welfare.î The Bush Administration has not reached a conclusion on that question.

Yesterday, Bloomberg.com...


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Obama to Declare Carbon Dioxide Dangerous Pollutant

  • 10/16/08
  • AEA
  • News
According to Bloomberg.com:
Barack Obama will classify carbon dioxide as a dangerous pollutant that can be regulated should he win the presidential election on Nov. 4, opening the way for new rules on greenhouse gas emissions. The Democratic senator from Illinois will tell the Environmental Protection Agency that it may use the 1990 Clean Air Act to set emissions limits on power plants and manufacturers, his energy adviser, Jason Grumet, said in an interview. President George W. Bush...

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AEA Launches Online Initiative to Thwart EPA Proposal to Regulate Practically Everything

  • 10/07/08
  • AEA
  • News
Proposed rulemaking on greenhouse gas regulation an economic train wreck in the making Washington, D.C. – Today the American Energy Alliance (AEA) launched a new online initiative to alert voters about the economic perils associated with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) effort to regulate greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act.  Known as an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) , the EPA’s proposed regulatory framework would make energy scarce and even more...
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Kentucky - Reject Lunsford’s Gas Tax

  • 10/06/08
  • AEA
  • Multimedia

AEA Calls on Kentucky Voters to Reject Lunsford’s Gas Tax

  • 10/06/08
  • AEA
  • News
Listen “It is very nearly beyond belief that anyone today could be proud of making energy more expensive for working families.  But Bruce Lunsford is.  That should serve as a warning to Kentuckians.” Washington, DC – The American Energy Alliance (AEA) continues its efforts to hold leaders accountable for the energy policies with a new radio spot, “Lunsford’s Tax.”   AEA’s new ad will run starting today in Kentucky. AEA President Thomas Pyle issued the following...
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AEA Calls on Kentucky Voters to Reject Lunsford’s Gas Tax

  • 10/03/08
  • AEA
  • News
Listen “It is very nearly beyond belief that anyone today could be proud of making energy more expensive for working families.  But Bruce Lunsford is.  That should serve as a warning to Kentuckians about how he might vote if he joins the U.S. Senate.” Washington, DC – The American Energy Alliance (AEA) continues its efforts to hold leaders accountable for the energy policies with a new radio spot, “Lunsford’s Tax.”   AEA’s new ad will run starting today in Kentucky. AEA...
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AEA Keeps Leaders Honest on Energy Production

  • 10/03/08
  • AEA
  • News

American Energy Advocacy Campaign Continues with Two New Ads

“More energy production from resources owned by the American people  -- on and offshore - means lower energy prices for American families and businesses.  Some people get it.  Some don’t.”
Washington, DC – The American Energy Alliance (AEA) continues its efforts to keep leaders accountable for their energy policies with two new radio spots, “Financial Disaster” and “New American Energy.”  AEA’s latest ads...
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Colorado AEA Launches Financial Disaster Ad

  • 10/02/08
  • AEA
  • News
Listen The text of the ad follows Energy costs are soaring and our economy is in financial crisis.

Congressman Mark Udall’s u-turn on energy policy is in the wrong direction for Colorado families.

After 34 votes against additional exploration and cheaper energy, Mark Udall supports a new energy plan that studies say will cost America over 600,000 jobs and reduce household earnings in Colorado by over 340 million dollars.

The Udall plan also calls for increased taxes on energy...


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Mississippi AEA Launches American Energy Ad

  • 10/02/08
  • AEA
  • News
Listen The text of the ad follows Energy costs continue to soar and our economy is in financial crisis.

Lifting the ban on offshore exploration is the first step toward increasing domestic energy production.

New domestic exploration will mean lower energy costs for our families, new investment in our economy and more Mississippi jobs.

Senators Roger Wicker and Thad Cochran understand this.

Our Senators fought to lift the Congressional ban on offshore exploration and production,...


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