Nunes Publications

In Search of Energy Freedom

The Washington Report, Summer 2007

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Washington, July 1, 2007 | Andrew House (202-225-2523) | comments
Inexpensive and reliable access to energy is a driving indicator of technological development and growth around the world. In the United States, this has given us a significant advantage. However, this advantage is not assured. Today, Americans are experiencing double digit increases in utility bills and gas prices are at record highs. Yet there are options that would immediately lower energy prices, while assuring long term energy security for the United States. The Nunes legislation would make historic investments in alternative energy and eliminate our dependence on foreign oil- all at no cost to the taxpayer. Does this sound too good to be true? Why hasn’t Congress acted? Read In Search of Energy Freedom starting on page 3.
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Inexpensive and reliable access to energy is a driving indicator of technological development and growth around the world. In the United States, this has given us a significant advantage. However, this advantage is not assured. Today, Americans are experiencing double digit increases in utility bills and gas prices are at record highs. Yet there are options that would immediately lower energy prices, while assuring long term energy security for the United States. The Nunes legislation would make historic investments in alternative energy and eliminate our dependence on foreign oil- all at no cost to the taxpayer. Does this sound too good to be true? Why hasn’t Congress acted? Read In Search of Energy Freedom starting on page 3.

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