Posts Tagged ‘ Congress ’

Proposed Bill Aims to Promote Energy Savings

Mar 9th, 2015

U.S. Reps. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and Kurt Schrader (D-Ore.) introduced bipartisan legislation last week to develop energy efficiency standards for buildings that don’t overwhelm homeowners and homebuilders with excessive regulations. The Energy Savings and Building Efficiency Act aims to use more cost-effective energy codes to promote savings in commercial buildings and homes. The lawmakers first […]

Does Congress Have a Softer Side?

Mar 22nd, 2013

“What?” may be your immediate reaction to the premise that Congress isn’t all bad. At a time when sequesters, fiscal cliffs and budgetary woes dominate the news, this is a pretty hard story to sell. Okay, I’m not really selling it, I am just presenting a different view—one relayed to me, and other attendees of […]