House passes the Lower Energy Costs Act; a win for farmers

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Earlier today, the House Ag Committee passed an energy package that seeks to reverse all of President Biden’s climate policies.

The bill would increase domestic production of natural gas, coal, and oil, while easing permitting restrictions that delay refineries and pipelines.

The Lower Energy Costs Act passed with a 225 to 204 vote, with one Republican voting against the measure.

Chairman Glenn GT Thompson released a statement, applauding its passage.

Story via CBS News