The federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has released its five-year plan, which opens the South Atlantic region to one lease sale for energy development.
Yesterday, Congress held a joint session to hear from the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the threats posed to the Jewish people in Israel by the nuclear ambitions of the Iranian regime.
Congress voted yesterday to pass a clean funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security budget, without attempting to block President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
Thirty Members of Congress, led by Jeff Duncan (R-SC), today wrote a letter to House Leadership thanking them for standing firm against President Obama’s executive amnesty.
In response to the announcement today that President Obama vetoed Congressional approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, Congressman Jeff Duncan released the following statement.
The House of Representatives concurred with the Senate’s changes to the Keystone XL Pipeline legislation on Wednesday and sent the bill to President Obama’s desk where it awaits an uncertain fate.
A new poll released today showed that an overwhelming majority of South Carolina voters support increased energy production, including the development of American offshore resources.