Rep. Justin Amash (MI-03) introduced H.R.4268, the Export-Import Bank Termination Act of 2012, which would abolish the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (TN-03) introduced H.R. 4237, the Employees of America Streamlining for Your Savings Act of 2012 (the EASY Savings Act of 2012), which would expand current law by allowing agencies to create an employee suggestion program to include rewards for identifying unused or unnecessary funds.
Rep. Jeff Duncan (SC-03) introduced H.R. 4301, the Energy Exploration and Production to Achieve National Demand Act (the EXPAND Act), which would contribute to the growth of the American economy and the strength of American national security by streamlining regulatory permitting procedures and increasing domestic production from all energy sources.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) introduced H.R. 4322, the Fracturing Regulations are Effective in State Hands Act (the FRESH Act), which would grant the State sole authority to regulate hydraulic fracturing on Federal lands within the boundaries of itself.
Rep. Mick Mulvaney (SC-05) introduced H.R. 4256, the Pool Safety and Accessibility for Everyone Act (the Pool SAFE Act), which would support safe access to public pools for all Americans.
Rep. Robert Hurt (VA-05) introduced H.R. 4278, the Preserving Rural Resources Act, which would protect the property rights of our farmers and foresters by preserving the natural resources they depend upon for their normal economic activities.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (TN-7) introduced H.R. 4295, the Consolidate Heavy-handed and Outdated Programs Act of 2012 (the CHOP Act), which would consolidate the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) into a new, single agency called the Department of Energy and the Environment (DOEE).
Rep. Allen West (FL-22) introduced H.R. 4294, the Limited End Strength Reduction Act of 2012, which ensures our Army and Marine Corps have the financial resources they need for a responsible drawdown in Afghanistan, while continuing to meet our National Security objectives.
On March 27, the House approved H.R. 3309, which will improve the way the FCC operates by increasing transparency, predictability, and consistency to help ensure the commission’s work encourages job creation, investment, and innovation.