Representative Bob Goodlatte's Public Statements

Office: U.S. House (VA) - District 6, Republican
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11/23/16 RFS Reform Leaders Respond to Ethanol Mandate Hike 10/27/16 Letter to the Hon. Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House of Representatives - Stream Protection Rule 9/08/16 Letter to the Honorable Norman C. Bay, Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - Lawmakers Seek Open, Public Meetings on MVP 7/27/16 Letter to the Honorable Sally Jewell, Secretary of the Department of the Interior - Members Call on Interior to Withdraw Methane Rule, Address Agency Failures Worsening Emissions 7/22/16 The Iran Deal One Year Later 6/10/16 Affordable Energy Key to American Jobs 5/18/16 RFS Mandate is Unsustainable 5/18/16 Ethanol Mandate is Unsustainable 5/11/16 Reps. Flores, Welch, Goodlatte and Costa Introduce Food and Fuel Consumer Protection Act 4/19/16 Hearing of the House Judiciary Committee - Opening Statement of Rep. Goodlatte, Hearing on "Executive Overreach in Domestic Affairs Part 2 --IRS Abuse, Welfare Reform, and Other Issues" 3/15/16 Goodlatte: Obama Admin Backpedals on American Energy Potential 2/23/16 Goodlatte Signs Amicus Brief Challenging Administration's Job Killing Regulations 2/19/16 A New Energy Tax is Not the Way Forward 1/01/16 Issue Position: Energy 1/01/16 Issue Position: Energy 12/03/15 Legislative Update: Hurt, Goodlatte, Griffith Bill Passes House 12/03/15 Goodlatte Supports Energy Policy Update 11/30/15 Press Release: Lawmakers: Congress Must Act on Ethanol Mandate 11/30/15 Lawmakers: Congress Must Act On Ethanol Mandate 11/06/15 Goodlatte: President Rejects Keystone XL, Pro-Energy, Pro-Jobs Policies 11/04/15 Letter to EPA Administrator McCarthy - Concerns Surrounding the Renewable Volume Obligations (RVO) 10/19/15 Bipartisan Group Of Legislators Applaud EPA For Looking Into Flawed RFS 9/04/15 Blog: Clearing The Path For American Energy Trade 7/31/15 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, Ernest Moniz, U.S. Department of Energy Secretary, Tom Vilsack, U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary - Biomass Energy 7/01/15 Robert Hurt Introduces Legislation to Give Private Property Owners a Voice in Shoreline Management Plan Development 5/29/15 EPA RFS Announcement too little, too late 5/29/15 Lawmakers: EPA RFS Announcement Too Little, Too Late 2/06/15 It's Time for Congress to End the Ethanol Mandate 2/04/15 Bipartisan Group of Legislators Re-Introduce RFS Reform Act 2/04/15 Goodlatte: Ethanol Mandate is a 'Kitchen Table' Issue 2/04/15 Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) Reform Act 10/03/14 The War on Affordable Energy 9/18/14 House Passes Judiciary Committee Bill in Comprehensive Energy Package 9/18/14 American Energy Solutions for Lower Costs and More American Jobs Act 7/04/14 Saying 'Yes' to Energy and Jobs 7/04/14 Saying 'Yes' to Energy and Jobs 6/27/14 House RFS Reform Leaders Respond to CBO Report 6/24/14 Energy 6/19/14 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator - Reverse Proposed Carbon Emissions Regulation 5/29/14 Majority in House Agree There is a Problem With the RFS 3/31/14 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator - Request Info on Challenges of Implementing RFS from EPA 3/31/14 Letter to Ernest Moniz, Secretary of Energy, U.S. Department of Energy - Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility 2/10/14 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Propane Shortage 2/10/14 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Propane Shortage 12/12/13 House Renewable Fuel Standard Reform Leaders Applaud Senate Reform Bill 11/29/13 Powering the American Economy 11/15/13 Ethanol Policy Reform Legislators React to EPA Decision on Ethanol Blend Requirement 11/15/13 Ethanol Reform Legislators React to EPA Blend Wall Proposal 10/30/13 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency - Reevaluation of Ethanol Mandate 8/30/13 Let's End Federal Policies Tipping the Scale in Favor of Ethanol

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