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The Associated Press fact checks Biden for falsely blaming the high gasoline prices seen during his administration on “profiteers.” “THE FACTS: There actually is little evidence something nefarious is behind the higher gasoline prices, as Biden suggests.” https://t.co/3d1dxamOqb

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WSJ Editorial Board: “No matter how heavily subsidized, renewables can’t replace fossil fuels in a modern economy…. Europe’s [soaring energy prices] problems are a warning to the U.S., if only Democrats would heed it.” https://t.co/UV3zv3oTxI

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.@KimStrassel on why @Sen_JoeManchin opposes the Clean Electricity Payment Program: “He’s listening to labor groups like the United Mine Workers, who are opposed to CEPP, noting it will destroy the very blue-collar, union jobs Dems claim to care about” https://t.co/9SRG61Zg0O

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The reconciliation bill’s natural gas tax could result in $9.1 billion in direct costs to the economy and could mean the loss of 90,000 American jobs, via @PennyStarrDC https://t.co/DEmufzYS5m

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“Energy prices are soaring in Europe, and the effects are rippling across the Atlantic. Blame anti-carbon policies of the kind that the Biden Administration wants to impose in the U.S.” https://t.co/UV3zv3oTxI

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🚨The reconciliation “bill actually contains a national energy tax, dubbed a ‘methane fee.’ This would impose a massive new tax on natural gas, raising monthly energy bills for families across the country.” https://t.co/IJ9JLxVnAq

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“Natural gas is vital to Colorado, to keep our young people working and growing in Colorado.”
Maria D.
“I think U.S. dependence on foreign oil obviously is complicated, poses a lot of problems, threats, and the more independent we become, I think it only increases our national security.”
Al B.
“I don’t think that energy is a partisan issue – the use of natural gas should be in everyone’s best interest.”
Lorrie K.