The House Nuclear Cleanup Caucus in collaboration with the Energy Facility Contractors Group (EFCOG), the Energy Technology and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA), and the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) held a panel discussion on Wednesday, June 3 to discuss plans for successfully achieving our nation’s nuclear cleanup mission.
WASHINGTON− This afternoon, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 36, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. After passage, Rep. Fleischmann, who cosponsored this legislation, released the following statement.
On Friday morning, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, Vice Chairman of the Energy and Water Appropriations Subcommittee, voted for H.R. 2028, the Fiscal Year 2016 Energy & Water Appropriations Act. After passage, Fleischmann released the following statement.
Today, the House of Representatives passed the Conference Report to S. Con. Res. 11 – FY2016 Budget. After the vote, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann released the following statement.
WASHINGTON− This morning, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann spoke on the House Floor in honor of Chattanooga businessman and philanthropist, Scotty Probasco.
Nuclear Cleanup Caucus Chairman Chuck Fleischmann holds panel discussion with Department of Energy Environmental Management officials.
This afternoon, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann voted for H.R. 2, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act. After passage, Rep. Fleischmann released the following statement.
This morning, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann questioned Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on the President’s executive amnesty.
This evening, the House of Representatives passed the FY2016 Budget Resolution. After the vote, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann released the following statement.
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Last week President Obama delivered his State of the Union address to the nation. I was pleased with the president’s tone throughout his speech and his praise for the critical energy mission that is ongoing at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Unfortunately, most of his speech was much of the same rhetoric and failed promises we have heard before.