Obama: I Am Open To Any Serious Idea

Posted by Brian Patrick on

FYI –

Today, President Obama said, “I want to work with Republicans on ways to create jobs right now. I am open to any serious idea.” Leader Cantor has long said we need to focus on the areas of common ground in order to create jobs, which is why the House has passed bipartisan jobs bills that are awaiting action in the Senate. If President Obama is truly “open to any serious idea,” he should take a look at these bills supported by both Republicans and Democrats and tell Senate Majority Reid to get moving.

Below is a list of 15 serious ideas that have passed the House and await action in the Senate.
 

Empowering Small Business Owners and Reducing Regulatory Burdens:

H.R. 872, the Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act

• Introduced by Rep. Bob Gibbs (OH) on March 2, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 292-130 on March 31, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 910, the Energy Tax Prevention Act

• Introduced by Rep. Fred Upton (MI) on March 3, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 255-172 on April 7, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.J.Res. 37, a Resolution of disapproval regarding the FCC’s regulation of the Internet and broadband industry practices

• Introduced by Rep. Greg Walden (OR) on February 16, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 240 to 179 on April 8, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 2018, the Clean Water Cooperative Federalism Act 

• Introduced by Rep. John Mica (FL) on May 26, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 239 to 184 on July 13, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 1315, Consumer Financial Protection & Soundness Improvement Act

• Introduced by Rep. Sean Duffy (WI) on April 1, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 241-173 on July 21, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 2587, Protecting Jobs From Government Interference Act

• Introduced by Rep. Tim Scott (SC) on July 19, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 238-186 on September 15, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 2401, Transparency In Regulatory Analysis Of Impacts On The Nation

• Introduced by Rep. John Sullivan (OK) on June 24, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 249-169 on September 23, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 2681, Cement Sector Regulatory Relief Act

• Introduced by Rep. John Sullivan (OK) on July 28, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 262-161 on October 6, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 2250, EPA Regulatory Relief Act

• Introduced by Rep. Morgan Griffith (VA) on June 21, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 275-142 on October 13, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 2273, Coal Residuals Reuse and Management Act

• Introduced by Rep. David McKinley (WV) on June 22, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 276-144 on October 14, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

Maximize Domestic Energy Production To Ensure An Energy Policy For The Twenty-First Century:

H.R. 1230, Restarting American Offshore Leasing Now Act

• Introduced by Rep. Doc Hastings (WA) on March 29, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 266-149 on May 5, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 1229, Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act

• Introduced by Rep. Doc Hastings (WA) on March 29, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 263-163 on May 11, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 1231, Reversing President Obama’s Offshore Moratorium Act

• Introduced by Rep. Doc Hastings (WA) on March 29, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 243-179 on May 12, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 2021, the Jobs and Energy Permitting Act

• Introduced by Rep. Cory Gardner (CO) on May 26, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 255-166 on June 22, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date

H.R. 1938, North American-Made Energy Security Act

• Introduced by Rep. Terry Lee (NE) on May 23, 2011
• Passed the House by a vote of 279-147 on July 26, 2011
• Senate has taken no action to date
 





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