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INHOFE LOOKS FORWARD TO SEPTEMBER DEBATE ON NATIONAL ENERGY TAX
July 22, 2010

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Matt Dempsey Matt_Dempsey@epw.senate.gov (202) 224-9797

David Lungren David_Lungren@epw.senate.gov (202) 224-5642

INHOFE LOOKS FORWARD TO SEPTEMBER DEBATE ON NATIONAL ENERGY TAX

Washington, DC-Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, released the following statement today in reaction to Sen. Reid's announcement about the Senate schedule for the next two weeks.

"I am pleased that Sen. Reid decided against resurrecting cap-and-trade legislation before the August recess, owing to the fact that several members of his own party have rightly indicated their opposition to it," Sen. Inhofe said.  "Instead, he and other cap-and-trade supporters have signaled a desire to possibly consider such legislation when Congress returns in September.  I very much look forward to having yet another debate in the Senate on jobs, consumers, the economy, and the serious damage that a national energy tax would inflict on all three." 

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