Leading Democrats Seek Answers on Puerto Rico Electric Privatization Plan

Following the Governor's announcement to privatize the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA), Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez (D-N.Y.), Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.) and Rep. José E. Serrano (D-N.Y.) wrote to Governor Ricardo Rosselló requesting additional details on the plan, including assurances on affordable rates and reliable service.… Continue Reading


Grijalva Lowenthal Letter Requesting GAO Assessment of Onshore Permits to Drill Feb 1 2018


Grijalva Lowenthal Letter Requesting GAO Assessment of FOGLRA Reform Law Impacts Feb 1 2018


Letter to Secretary Zinke Requesting Withdrawal of Bears Ears National Monument Area

A letter from Committee Democrats to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke requesting an emergency withdrawal from new mineral extraction claims of the Bears Ears National Monument region.… Continue Reading


Grijalva Letter to FEMA on Puerto Rico

Ranking Member Grijalva sent a letter FEMA's administrator asking why the agency announced it will stop delivering food and water to Puerto Rico.… Continue Reading


Grijalva, Lowenthal and McEachin Demand Oversight Hearing to get Answers from Sec. Zinke on the Draft Five-Year Oil and Gas Leasing Plan

In response to the Department of the Interior's (DOI) inability to provide concrete details about DOI's five-year oil and gas leasing plan, leading Democrats on the House Natural Resources Committee sent a letter to Chairman Rob Bishop (R-Utah) requesting a full oversight hearing on the planning process and insisted that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke testify to provide answers about his efforts.… Continue Reading


Grijalva and Lowenthal Letter to Zinke on BSEE Rewrite of Offshore and Gas Safety Rules

Ranking Member Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.) and Rep. Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.), Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources, sent a letter this afternoon to Interior Department Secretary Ryan Zinke questioning Department proposals that would modify two offshore safety rules.… Continue Reading


Grijalva Lowenthal Letter to BLM on EnergyNet Contract January 16 2018

A letter from Ranking Member Grijalva and Rep. Lowenthal (D-Calif.) requesting information about why the Bureau of Land Management is seemingly allowing a company called EnergyNet to profit from the leasing of public mineral resources with competition.… Continue Reading


Grijalva Letter to BLM Acting Director on Bundy Trial

Ranking Member Grijalva sent a letter to BLM's Acting Director, Brian Steed, to request a briefing for Committee staff on the Cliven Bundy trespassing grazing trial.… Continue Reading


Grijalva-Lowenthal Letter on Fracking Rule Rescission Jan. 11 2018

A letter from Ranking Member Grijalva and Rep. Alan Lowenthal, ranking member of the Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee, on the rescission of the Bureau of Land Management's fracking rule.… Continue Reading


Grijalva Letter to DOI Deputy IG Kendall on Canceled NAS Studies Jan. 10 2018

Ranking Member Grijalva's letter to DOI Deputy Inspector General Mary Kendall requesting an investigation into why the Trump administration canceled two key environmental studies and where the missing money from one study has gone.… Continue Reading


Letter to Zinke on the NPS Fee Increase

Ranking Member Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.) and 10 Committee Democrats sent a letter to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke opposing the National Park Service (NPS) proposal to increase the entrance fees at 17 of its most popular national parks. The members state that the dramatic increases to entrance fees will discourage lower income Americans from visiting and enjoying public lands. Our most popular national parks, like the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone, should be focused on broadening access a… Continue Reading


Sec. Perdue Response to Grijalva Questions on Grand Canyon Uranium Mining Moratorium Dec. 15 2017


More than 65 Organizations Oppose H.R. 4558, Grand Staircase-Escalante Enhancement Act

On behalf of millions of members and supporters, a coalition of more than 65 organizations urged Members of Congress to oppose H.R. 4558, the Grand Staircase-Escalante Enhancement Act.… Continue Reading


National Parks Conservation Association's (NPCA) Position on H.R. 4558

On behalf of more than 1.3 million members and supporters nationwide, NPCA asked Members of Congress to consider their position on H.R. 4558, the Grand Staircase Escalante Enhancement Act when it comes before the House Natural Resources Federal Lands Subcommittee on December 14, 2017.… Continue Reading


Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance Opposes H.R. 4558

On behalf of SEWA's millions of members and supporters, they urged Members of Congress to oppose H.R. 4558, the Grand Staircase-Escalante Enhancement Act.… Continue Reading


Democratic Letter to CBO Requesting a New Estimate of ANWR Drilling Revenue Dec. 7 2017

A letter from Reps. Grijalva, Huffman and Lowenthal to the head of the Congressional Budget Office requesting a new evaluation of revenue estimates for leasing the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling companies. The request came a day after federal leases in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska raised significantly less than expected.… Continue Reading


Undersigned Scientists Urge Members to Oppose H.R. 200

The undersigned scientists wrote to Congress to urge Members to oppose H.R. 200 and any other legislative efforts that would weaken science-based management of U.S. marine fish populations so that current and future generations of Americans can enjoy fishing and healthy oceans teeming with fish for years to come.… Continue Reading


Grijalva Letter to Army Corps of Engineers on Bayou Bridge Pipeline EIS

Ranking Member Grijalva writes to Lt. General Todd Semonite, head of the Army Corps of Engineers, about the need for an environmental impact statement before approval of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline in Louisiana.… Continue Reading


The Undersigned West Coast Fishing Industry Oppose Federal Fishery Management that Aims to Weaken Conservation of Pacific Ocean Fisheries

The undersigned West Coast commercial fishermen, charter boat captains, fishing guides, and seafood distributors sent a letter opposing federal fishery management legislation that would hurt their businesses and weaken the conservation and stewardship of Pacific Ocean fisheries.… Continue Reading

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