Statements about H.R.267: Hydropower Regulatory Efficiency Act of 2013

Eight members of Congress have made 14 statements about this bill.

Date Member Party State / District Title
Nov. 22, 2013 Michael Bennet D CO First Small Hydro Project in Colorado Moves Forward Thanks to Regulatory Efficiency Act
March 15, 2013 Michael Bennet D CO Bennet Cosponsors Bill to Increase Hydropower Capacity
May 8, 2013 Maria Cantwell D WA Cantwell Hails Key Committee Passage of Hydropower Improvement Act
April 24, 2013 Maria Cantwell D WA Momentum Growing for Two Cantwell Bills After Energy Hearings
March 13, 2013 Maria Cantwell D WA Cantwell Introduces Bipartisan Bill to Boost U.S. Small Hydropower Development
March 13, 2013 Michael D. Crapo R ID Senators Introduce Bipartisan Hydropower Bill
Aug. 2, 2013 Lisa Murkowski R AK Sens. Murkowski, Wyden Applaud Passage of Two Hydropower Bills
May 8, 2013 Lisa Murkowski R AK Sen. Murkowski: Bipartisan Hydropower, Energy Efficiency Legislation Could be First Energy Public Laws this Congress
Feb. 13, 2013 Greg Walden R OR-2 As part of an "all of the above" energy strategy, Greg Walden supports bipartisan hydropower bill
Oct. 17, 2014 Fred Upton R MI-6 Upton touts his committees bipartisan #RecordOfSuccess, unveils new resource chronicling efforts in the 113th Congress
Aug. 22, 2013 Fred Upton R MI-6 TRI-CITY RECORD: Bipartisan Hydropower Bill Supports Jobs, American Energy
Dec. 20, 2013 Scott Perry R PA-10 U.S. House Remains Focused on Job Creation
Aug. 2, 2013 Scott Perry R PA-10 U.S. House Remains Focused on Creating a Healthy Economy
March 13, 2013 Jim Risch R ID Bipartisan Bill Introduced on Hydropower
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