WASHINGTON- Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) and House Republican
Whip Roy Blunt (R-MO) will hold a press conference on Wednesday, August
20, at 4:15 P.M. during their tour of alternative energy facilities in
Ohio's Fifth Congressional District. The press conference will take
place at the AMP-Ohio JV-6 wind turbines located on U.S. Route 6 in
Bowling Green. (entrance to the wind turbines is located at the
intersection of Tontogany Road and U.S. Route 6, west of Bowling Green)

During the press conference, Latta and Blunt will discuss the three site
visits of their Fifth District tour and the need for Congress to pass
comprehensive energy reform legislation. House Republicans have laid
out such a plan in H.R. 6566, the American Energy Act, in addition to H.
Res 1206 introduced by Congressman Latta on May 15th.

Background information on the three site visits is attached. - Information on H.R. 6566, the American
Energy Act - Information
on H. Res. 1206, a 5-point comprehensive energy reform plan introduced
by Congressman Latta on May 15th. - Information on First Solar, Inc. -
Information on Bowling Green State University's Center for Photochemical

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* Provide tax incentives for businesses and families that purchase more fuel efficient vehicles, as proposed in H.R. 1618 and H.R. 765 by Reps. Dave Camp (R-MI) and Jerry Weller (R-IL);

Wouldn't that be a function of business to design, build and market the effiecent cars? Automakers have been resistant for years to higher fuel standards, as the claim is that the cost is too high.

"Provide tax incentives for businesses and homeowners who improve their energy efficiency, as proposed in H.R. 5984 by Reps. Roscoe Bartlett (R-MD), Phil English (R-PA), and Zach Wamp (R-TN), and in H.R. 778 by Rep. Jerry Weller (R-IL)."

Tax incentives? As in tax breaks that some day will have to be paid for, by us.

"To increase the supply American-made energy in environmentally sound ways, the legislation will:"

"Eliminate barriers to the expansion of emission-free nuclear power production, as proposed in H.R. 6384 by Rep. Rob Bishop (R-UT)."

Those barriers are in place too.......protect the environment and us, from nuclear waste and no repeats of Chernobyl and Three Mile Island?

Nothing in the proposed legislation about, U.S. citizens being encouraged to use less, oil, gas and electric.

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