President Obama claims to support Republicans’ all-of-the-above energy policy when it’s politically expedient, but his rhetoric is belied by his administration’s relentless regulatory campaign against coal-fired energy.  This week, the House will take action on the Stop the War on Coal Act, a legislative response to the Obama administration’s anti-coal agenda that is shutting down American energy producers and costing thousands of jobs.  Here’s an overview of the bill: 

The House has already passed numerous bills under the American Energy Initiative to rein in the Obama administration’s excessive regulations that are blocking more American energy production and costing jobs.  The Democratic-led Senate has failed to act on these bills, along with several others that would help address high energy costs and put Americans back to work.  Senate Democrats should take up the Stop the War on Coal Act once it passes the House this week, and the 38 other bipartisan, House-passed jobs bills that are languishing on their doorstep. 

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