2021 Scorecard Vote

Repealing Assault on Methane Pollution Safeguards
Senate Roll Call Vote 175
Issues: Climate Change, Dirty Energy

Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) sponsored S.J. Res. 14, the Congressional Review Act Resolution of Disapproval of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) rule to roll back the 2016 methane standards for new and modified sources in the oil and gas industry. The oil and gas industry is the largest source of industrial methane pollution, causing almost 25% of the climate change we currently experience. S.J. Res. 14 eliminates this dangerous rule and allows the EPA to move quickly on stronger safeguards against methane pollution, which will slow climate change and mitigate hazardous air pollutants that affect our communities, especially low-income communities and communities of color living on the frontlines of oil and gas drilling and processing. On April 28, the Senate approved S.J. Res. 14 by a vote of 52-42 (Senate roll call vote 175). YES IS THE PRO-ENVIRONMENT VOTE. The president signed S.J. Res. 14 into law on June 30.

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Votes For: 52  
Votes Against: 42  
Not Voting: 6  
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