As the global demand for energy continues to soar, it will be necessary for America to pursue an energy policy that is built on the solid foundation of domestic production, technological innovation, and efficient consumption.
With abundant natural resources, Utah can be a leader in domestic energy production and technological innovation. Nuclear, hydro, geothermal, and other forms of renewable energy should all be a part of our portfolio. As your Senator, I will support efforts to develop these resources and remove unnecessary regulatory burdens that hinder job creation, economic growth, and energy independence.
|1/21/14||Fighting for PILT|
|1/2/14||Utah Public Land, PILT, Dry Washes, and Navigable Waterways|
|1/24/12||Senate and Congressional Western Caucuses Response to the State of the Union – Senator Mike Lee (R-UT)|
|2/28/12||Government of Laws -- Day Lee Briefing 02/28/2012|
|2/27/12||American Energy, Lost Opportunity -- Day Lee Briefing 02/27/2012|
|2/24/12||Gas Prices Going Up -- Day Lee Briefing 02/24/2012|
|1/20/12||More Quantitative Easing Coming Soon? -- Day Lee Briefing 01/20/2012|
|12/8/11||The Jobs Pipeline -- Day Lee Briefing 12/08/2011|
|5/8/14||Western Caucuses Urge EPA to Halt “Waters of the US" Rule|
|5/1/14||Lee Introduces Free-Market Energy Reform|
|12/16/13||Lee: Utah to Lose $32 Million in Budget Deal|
|11/15/13||Lee, Hatch Respond to Administration’s Last-Minute Delay of Nearly 100,000 Acres in Utah for Energy Leasing|
|10/8/13||ICYMI: Lee Discusses Problems With Public Lands Highlighted By Shutdown|
|6/13/13||GOP Senators: National Monuments Become Administration’s Latest Tool in War against Oil and Gas|
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