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— The House is moving ahead with plans to vote on three bills focused on reeling back offshore drilling efforts.
— House Natural Resources Chairman Raúl Grijalva signaled subpoenas could be coming for Interior Department officials in order to get more information about the department’s reorganization plans.
— Lawmakers pressed chemical companies over their handling of toxic PFAS chemicals during a hearing Tuesday, even as Congress haggles over measures to deal with the toxic substances,
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