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HR 2454 Cap and Trade Bill Stalled But Not Dead

Good news! HR 2454 did not pass before the holiday weekend. The bad news is that it is not dead yet. It has been referred back to committee. Will this bill die in committee or come back stronger? It appears that the Tea Party Patriots have been successful so far, so let’s keep up the good work. 

The American Clean Energy & Security Act of 2009 – Update 

The Cap & Trade (ACES) Act has been referred to eight committees; these are the targets we need to focus on right now.  Our research indicates that Waxman doesn’t have enough votes to pass HR 2454 on the floor so it has been moved into these committees.  

Why is this bill being put back into committees?  Could it be there are sweetheart deals being cooked up to get this passed? 

The quickest, most effective thing we can do is get to the Committees themselves.  Tell the committees NO MORE government limits on our rights!  NO more hidden taxes!  NO to HR 2454 (ACES)! 

Committee on Energy and Commerce, (202) 225-2927 http://energycommerce.house.gov/ 

Committees on Foreign Affairs, (202) 225-5021 http://foreignaffairs.house.gov/ 

Financial Services, (202) 225-4247 http://financialservices.house.gov/ 

Education and Labor, (202) 225-3725 http://edlabor.house.gov/ 

Science and Technology, (202) 225-6375 http://science.house.gov/ 

Transportation and Infrastructure, (202) 225-4472 http://transportation.house.gov/ 

Natural Resources, Agriculture, (202) 225-6065 http://resourcescommittee.house.gov/ 

Ways and Means, (202) 225-3625 http://waysandmeans.house.gov/ 

May 21st Mark Up on HR 2454 
http://energycommerce.house.gov/index.php?option=com_content&view=art…

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