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April 05, 2011

Growing Coalition Supports Upton-Inhofe


Matt Dempsey (202) 224-9797

David Lungren (202) 224-5642

Growing Coalition Supports Upton-Inhofe

Momentum Builds as House Votes Tomorrow on Energy Tax Prevention Act

Link to Upton-Inhofe Energy Tax Prevention Page

Washington, D.C. - Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, welcomed the growing coalition of small businesses, farmers, and manufacturers supporting the Energy Tax Prevention Act of 2011 (Upton-Inhofe).  With the House vote on the bill tomorrow, Inhofe released the following statement:

"A growing number of groups representing workers across all sectors of the economy are supporting the Upton-Inhofe bill," Sen. Inhofe said. "And for good reason: they see their jobs and their livelihoods at risk, as EPA continues to implement its costly cap-and-trade agenda.  That agenda will raise their gasoline, diesel, and electricity bills, and potentially put them out of work.  So with the House poised to vote tomorrow, the Senate will hopefully follow suit.  And senators will soon face a fundamental choice: stand with farmers and manufacturers, and the jobs they want to create, or stand with EPA's cap-and-trade regulations, which threaten their futures and the economy's growth and expansion."

Click Here for the List of Organizations Supporting the Upton-Inhofe Energy Tax Prevention Act

Full List of Organizations

1.    Adhesive and Sealant Council

2.    American Chemistry Council

3.    American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity

4.    American Composites Manufacturers Association

5.    American Farm Bureau Federation

6.    American Forest & Paper Association

7.    American Foundry Society

8.    American Frozen Food Institute

9.    American Home Furnishings Alliance

10.  American Iron and Steel Institute   

11.  American Lighting Association

12.  American Petroleum Institute

13.  American Public Power Association

14.  Americans for Prosperity

15.  Associated Builders and Contractors  

16.  Association of American Railroads

17.  Association of Independent Corrugated Converters

18.  Bi-Partisan Group of State Attorney Generals

19.  Book Manufacturers' Institute, Inc.

20.  Brick Industry Association

21.  Business Roundtable

22.  Can Manufacturers Institute

23.  Copper and Brass Fabricators Council, Inc.

24.  CropLife America

25.  Corn Refiners Association

26.  FreedomWorks

27.  Glass Packaging Institute

28.  Industrial Energy Consumers of America

29.  Industrial Fasteners Institute

30.  Industrial Minerals Association - North America

31.   Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute

32.   International Franchise Association

33.   Metal Powder Industries Federation

34.   Metal Treating Institute

35.   National Association of Chemical Distributors

36.   National Association of Convenience Stores

37.   National Association of Manufacturers

38.   National Association of Trailer Manufacturers

39.   National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors

40.   National Automobile Dealers Association

41.   National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

42.   National Concrete Masonry Association

43.   National Federation of Independent Business

44.   National Lime Association

45.   National Mining Association

46.   National Oilseed Processors Association

47.   National Petrochemical and Refiners Association

48.   National Rural Electric Cooperative Association

49.   National Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc.

50.   National Taxpayer Union

51.   North American Die Casting Association

52.   Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry

53.   Petroleum Marketers Association of America

54.   Portland Cement Association

55.   Precision Machined Products Association

56.   Precision Metalforming Association

57.   Pressure Sensitive Tape Council

58.   Printing Industries of America

59.   Recreation Vehicle Industry Association

60.   Resilient Floor Covering Institute

61.   Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council

62.   Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates

63.   Steel Manufacturers Association

64.   Textile Rental Services Association

65.   The Aluminum Association

66.   The Fertilizer Institute

67.   The Plastics Industry Trade Association 

68.   Treated Wood Council  

69.   U.S. Chamber of Commerce

70.   Western Business Roundtable

71.   Window & Door Manufacturers Association

72.   Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America


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