Exposing the EPA's Efforts to Limit the U.S. Chemical Market
The Energy and Commerce Committee held a hearing on the continued federal overreach of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on chemicals used for life-saving medical devices and essential products. Chemicals make up a large chunk of the goods and products Americans use on a daily basis.
Because of overregulation, the United States has forfeited much of our chemical manufacturing to China, creating a national security vulnerability. I will continue to push back against the EPA and its blatant overreach that harms American consumers and our national security. Additionally, the chemical industry relies heavily on natural gas as a feedstock for domestic manufacturing. It is critical that this administration acknowledges the role the Permian Basin plays in the development of our daily goods. To watch my full line of questioning, click here or below. To watch my full line of questioning, click here or below.