"If truth in advertising applied to legislation, these proposals would be called the 'Making Energy Less Affordable Act.'" The 'Making Energy Less Affordable Act'

More than Two Dozen Organizations Express 'Grave Concerns' as U.S. House Debates National Energy Policy

As the U.S. House of Representatives considers numerous legislative proposals on a national energy policy, more than two dozen state and federal organizations, including the Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF), this week expressed "grave concerns" about specific proposals and the direction of the debate.

In a letter (.pdf) delivered to every Member of the U.S. House of Representatives this week, the organizations wrote, "If truth in advertising applied to legislation, these proposals would be called the 'Making Energy Less Affordable Act.'"

The letter was also developed into a print ad (.pdf), which ran in Capitol Hill newspapers, Roll Call and The Hill.  The ad was sponsored by the American Conservative Union.

Chief among the organizations' concerns are:

The organizations signing on to the letter and print ad, in addition to CFIF, included, American Conservative Union, Competitive Enterprise Institute, National Taxpayers Union, Americans for Tax Reform, Freedom Works, Frontiers of Freedom, 60 Plus Association and National Center for Public Policy Research, among others.


August 3, 2007
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