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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Congressman Marshall votes no on Green New Deal infrastructure plan.
Congressman Roger Marshall says he has voted no to the Green New Deal infrastructure plan.
“This bill is a progressive wish-list of radical left-wing Green New Deal projects that impose oppressive regulations and unreasonable costs on the American public under the guise of “environmental stewardship,” said Rep. Marshall.
Marshall blames Democrats on turning the deal into a handout and says Rural America needs a serious attempt for supporting infrastructure updates.
U.S. Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., recentrly joined a bipartisan group of colleagues in announcing the introduction of the Clean Fuels Deployment Act of 2020. The bill would provide grant funding for installing and converting fuel pump infrastructure to deliver higher blends of ethanol and biodiesel in Kansas and across the country.
Washington D.C.- Today the Trump Administration announced plans for the Environmental Protection Agency to begin allowing the sale and use of E15 throughout the year. This is great news for our Kansas producers; specifically, our corn, sorghum, and our ethanol plants around the state.