Senate Democrats supported rule that led to insurance cancellations

Chris Frates Political Ticker CNN 10/31/2013

Senate Democrats voted unanimously three years viagra prescription online ago to support the Obamacare rule that is largely responsible for some of the health insurance cancellation letters that are going out.

In September 2010, Senate Republicans brought a resolution to the floor to block implementation of the grandfather rule, […]

Murkowski wants to sneak through Law of the Sea Treaty in lame duck session this fall

Joe Miller 20 Aug 2012

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) says she’s hopeful that the Law of the Sea Treaty will pass Congress in the lame-duck session after the election, despite the fierce opposition of some conservatives.

Murkowski told The Associated Press the sea treaty will have better prospects in the Senate when the fall campaign […]

Heavy ice could delay start of Shell Alaska’s Arctic drilling

Kim Murphy Los Angeles Times via The Kansas City Star 5/26/2012

SEATTLE — The heaviest polar ice in more than a decade could postpone the start of offshore oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean until the beginning of August, a delay of up to two weeks, Shell Alaska officials said.

Unveiling a newly refurbished ice-class […]

Obama to open Alaska petroleum reserve to new drilling

The broad energy plan, coming as gas prices continue to rise, would also fast-track environmental assessment of petroleum exploration elsewhere.

Neela Banerjee Los Angeles Times 5/14/2011

President Obama will open Alaska’s national petroleum reserve to new drilling, as part of a broad plan aimed at blunting criticism that he is not doing enough to address […]

3 interesting developments in the US energy sector today

ladyimpactohio RedState 2/3/2011

Shall I give you the good news first?

US District Court Judge Martin Feldman of New Orleans has found the Department of Interior in civil contempt for continuing the Gulf drilling moratorium against his orders.

Yes, folks. You heard that correctly. Back in June Judge Feldman had refused, at the Interior Department’s […]

Obama Administration’s New Proposed Gun Regulation for Border States Met With Bipartisan Dissent

Stephen Clark FoxNews.com 1/15/2011

The Obama administration’s plan to force new reporting requirements on thousands of gun dealers near the Mexico border is under fire from members of his own party.

At least three Democrats in the Senate and several more in the House are voicing opposition to a proposed regulation from the Bureau of […]