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H.R.6578 Consumer Energy Supply Act of 2008, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 24, 2008 On motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill, as amended Failed by the Yeas and Nays: (2/3 required): 268 - 157 (Roll no. 527).

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Energy and Commerce

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  • This bill's most-recent vote occurred on July 24, 2008, with a roll call of 268 ayes, 157 nays, and 10 not voting.

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    • Scrutiny Hooligans » Daniel Johnson Tells The Truth About Patrick ... - October 21, 2008 by Scrutiny Hooligans - -McHenry voted “no” to releasing oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (H.R. 6578, 7/24/08). Each time the Strategic Petroleum Reserve has been tapped or deposits suspended, the price of oil has dropped by at least 19%. ...

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      As noted by Scrutiny Hooligans on October 21, 2008, "-McHenry voted “no” to releasing oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (H.R. 6578, 7/24/08). Each time the Strategic Petroleum Reserve has been tapped or deposits suspended, the price of oil has dropped by at least 19%. ..." (http://scrutinyhooligans.us/?p=5882)
    • House of Representatives approves offshore-drilling bill - September 24, 2008 by Energy Analysis - This provision is based on HR 6578, the Consumer Energy Supply Act, which failed to pass in the House in July. • Allow oil shale development in Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado, if they approve. Environmentalists have long opposed ...

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      As noted by Energy Analysis on September 24, 2008, "This provision is based on HR 6578, the Consumer Energy Supply Act, which failed to pass in the House in July. • Allow oil shale development in Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado, if they approve. Environmentalists have long opposed ..." (http://energyanalysis.org/2008/09/25/house-of-representatives-approves-offshore-drilling-bill/)
    • The Great Energy Bail Out (Pre-Election Dodgeball) - September 21, 2008 by New Media Alliance - Political Oversight - Piled on to that is the Consumer Energy Supply Act, H.R. 6578, and then H.R. 6052, Saving Energy Through Public Transportation Act along with the GREEN Act, H.R. 6078. Is this getting tedious? To throw fuel to the fire, no pun intended, ...

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      As noted by New Media Alliance - Political Oversight on September 21, 2008, "Piled on to that is the Consumer Energy Supply Act, H.R. 6578, and then H.R. 6052, Saving Energy Through Public Transportation Act along with the GREEN Act, H.R. 6078. Is this getting tedious? To throw fuel to the fire, no pun intended, ..." (http://thenma.org/blogs//index.php/PoliticalOversight/2008/09/22/title_9)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • OPINION: Gas Prices Not Enough to Spur Congress - July 27, 2008 by TheStreet.com - Democrats have pushed for immediate solutions to lower petroleum prices, in particular HR 6578 that releases oil from the SPR. Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., ...

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      As noted by TheStreet.com on July 27, 2008, "Democrats have pushed for immediate solutions to lower petroleum prices, in particular HR 6578 that releases oil from the SPR. Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., ..." (http://www.thestreet.com/s/opinion-gas-prices-not-enough-to-spur-congress/markets/marketfeatures/10430582.html?puc=googlen&cm_ven=GOOGLEN&cm_cat=FREE&cm_ite=NA)
    • Boyd Votes To Immediately Lower Gas Prices - July 24, 2008 by Chipley Florida Online Newspaper - Foster Folly News, fl - Congressman Allen Boyd (D-North Florida) voted in favor of the Consumer Energy Supply Act of 2008 (HR 6578), legislation that would temporarily release 10 ...

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      As noted by Chipley Florida Online Newspaper - Foster Folly News, fl on July 24, 2008, "Congressman Allen Boyd (D-North Florida) voted in favor of the Consumer Energy Supply Act of 2008 (HR 6578), legislation that would temporarily release 10 ..." (http://www.fosterfollynews.com/news/2008July25BOYDVOTESTOIMMEDIATELYLOWERGASPRICES.php)
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