Energy policy should promote free markets solutions that balance supply and demand in order to ensure dependable energy production for today and future generations. Congressman Brooks believes that our nation’s energy policy should be based on sensible solutions instead of burdensome regulations.
Washington, DC— Thursday, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) voted “No” on H.R. 9, the so-called “Climate Action Now Act.” H.R. 9 would force America to join the anti-America, pro-pollution Paris Climate Accord.
Washington, DC— Thursday afternoon, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) questioned Mr. Edward McGinnis who is Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy about the importance of nuclear power production in America during a Science, Space, and Technology Committee Energy Subcommittee hearing. Congressman Brooks began his questioning by highlighting the economic benefits of bringing online Bellefonte Nuclear Plant in Jackson County, Alabama.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) today appeared on the House floor to support President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.
Washington, D.C. – Today Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05), at a Science Committee hearing, questioned EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy concerning the critical flaws of the underlying science used to justify the EPA’s rule for ozone pollution standards. The ozone regulations, which are backed by the agency’s political agenda, not sound science, will hurt American industry and cost unreasonable amounts to implement, all for little to no environmental benefit. While studies conducted by the EPA show ozone levels have dramatically declined since 1980, nevertheless, in 2014, the a