The American Council for Capital Formation (ACCF) today joined a coalition of 10 other pro-economic growth organizations in calling on the U.S. Senate to use the Congressional Review Act to repeal the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) methane regulation. The Senate’s ability to use the CRA to nullify the methane rule expires on May 11. BLM’s methane and waste prevention rule requires oil and natural gas producers on federal lands to reduce methane emissions by up to 45 percent by 2025. The rule is just one of dozens of costly regulations pushed through in the final days of the Obama administration. The rule is expected to cost producers up to $297 million per year to comply, while BLM estimates it would reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by only 0.0092 percent.
Now that Tax Day has arrived, it’s time for Congress to get serious about reform.
Washington, DC – The American Council for Capital Formation Center for Policy Research announced today that Jason Furman, the former Chairman of President Obama’s...
The American Council for Capital Formation (ACCF) announced today that Steve Moore, Senior Economic Advisor to the Trump Presidential Campaign has joined the ACCF Board of Advisors. Moore is the Distinguished Visiting Fellow for Project for Economic Growth at The Heritage Foundation. He is also a former member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board and a long-time expert on tax and economic policy in Washington.
The American Council for Capital Formation (ACCF) has launched a social media, digital, and print ad campaign urging the U.S. Senate to pass the Congressional Review Act (CRA) Disapproval Resolution repealing the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) duplicative and costly venting and flaring rule. The campaign is focused on Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Ohio, Tennessee, Colorado, Indiana, and North Dakota.
Expediting Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipeline projects is right decision for U.S. economy.
“I’m pleased to join ACCF’s board of scholars and have a voice in its mission to promote capital formation,” Hahn said.
With Incoming Trump Administration, Reforms to Ethanol Mandates Could Provide Early, Bipartisan Win
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Online Advertising Blitz Ahead of Senate EPW Hearing Latest in ACCF’s Sustained Campaign Spotlighting Failed Ethanol Mandate’s Negative Impacts
“Federal corn ethanol mandates have brought harm to our economy and our environment, and our hope in running these ads is to introduce more folks in Iowa to the growing body of science and research that confirms and quantifies these trends."
Every presidential candidate who has won the Iowa caucuses since 1980 has supported subsidies for corn ethanol.