Inhofe claims 'bipartisan majority' to oppose EPA's backdoor cap-and-trade

Sen. Jim Inhofe, the Oklahoma Repubican who is the ranking minority member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, has released a video report in which he claims “bipartisan support” for his bill to stop EPA from implementing via regulation the cap-and-trade program Congress refused to adopt.

“We have an overwhelming bipartisan majority in the United States Senate opposed to the Obama-EPA cap-and-trade agenda…

“What we now know is that several Senate Democrats are faced with a tough choice: either support President Obama’s cap-and-trade agenda to make gasoline and electricity more expensive, or stand with consumers, small businesses, farmer, and ranchers who are demanding affordable energy.”

Inhofe has much more to say on this issue in the video, which you can watch here:


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