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Full Committee Vote on H.R. 2250, H.R. 2681, H.R. 2937

September 21, 2011

The Committee on Energy and Commerce has scheduled a markup on Tuesday, September 20, 2011, in 2123 Rayburn House Office Building. 

Background Memo

Background Memo on Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to H.R. 2937

The markup agenda is as follows:
 
 • H.R. 2250, the “EPA Regulatory Relief Act of 2011;”
 • H.R. 2681, the “Cement Sector Regulatory Relief Act of 2011;” and, 
 • H.R. 2937, the “Pipeline Infrastructure and Community Protection Act of 2011.

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute of H.R. 2937 offered by Mr. Upton and Mr. Dingell 
 
On Tuesday, the Committee will convene at 4:30 p.m. for opening statements only.  It will reconvene on Wednesday, September 21, at 10:00 a.m. 

Opening Statement of Chairman Fred Upton

Opening Statement of Energy and Power Subcommittee Chairman Ed Whitfield 

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Day One

Day Two

 

Amendments offered to H.R. 2937

 Author Description and Link to Text
 Outcome Vote

 Upton/Dingell

 An amendment in the nature of a substitute.

 Adopted

 Voice

HR 2937 was favorably reported 52-0, as amended. (The vote on final passage of H.R. 2937 was postponed, by unanimous consent, until the first roll call vote during consideration of HR 2250.)

Amendments offered to H.R. 2681

 Author Link and Description to Text Outcome Vote

 Rush

 Regarding a rule of construction.

 Defeated

 13-32

 Sullivan

 Regarding the date to finalize certain regulations.

 Adopted

 Voice

 H.R. 2681 was favorably reported 33-12, as amended.

Amendments offered to H.R. 2250

 Author Description and Link to Text
 Outcome Vote

 Griffith

 Regarding the date to finalize certain regulations.

 Adopted

 Voice

 Rush

 Regarding a rule of construction.

 Defeated

 16-34

 Baldwin

 Regarding (1) the date to finalize certain regulations, (2) a stay of earlier rules, (3) compliance dates, and (4) achievability deadlines.

 Defeated

 17-34

 H.R. 2250 was favorably reported 36-14, as amended.

U.S. Representative Fred Upton

U.S. Representative Joe L. Barton

Congressman Fred Upton has represented the commonsense values of southwest Michigan since 1987. In 2010, Fred was selected by his House colleagues to serve as Chairman of the Committee on Energy and Commerce. Read More»;