The House Energy and Commerce Committee announced January 22 its priorities for 2013, placing the prevention of federal fracking regulation, continued Environmental Protection Agency rulemaking oversight, and the reduction of electricity generator burdens at the top of the list, with nuclear waste, coal ash, and renewable fuel standard issues following close behind. The committee will hold a hearing in early February with state regulators highlighting the actions they are taking on fracking.
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