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Without robust domestic energy production, the United States risks our national security and economic prosperity.

Representative Crane realizes that American energy dominance decreases our reliance on foreign adversaries, builds wealth in America, and facilities industry growth. Although politicians and bureaucrats attempt to mandate renewables, Representative Crane understands the necessity of untapping our oil and natural gas reserves at home. To address out-of-control costs, he believes we need to cut regulations, tap into American energy sources, and counter federal government overreach.

August 31 2023

Crane: Admin Should Boost U.S. Energy, Not Continue to Hand Our Adversaries a Win

Following a tour of American energy producers in Montana hosted by Rep. Matt Rosendale (R-MT), Rep. Eli Crane (R-AZ) issued this statement: “This Energy Tour, led by Rep. Matt Rosendale, underscored the crucial role our domestic energy producers play and the need to…

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July 19 2023

Crane Energy Opportunities for All Act Passes House Committee on Natural Resources

Today, the House Committee on Natural Resources voted to advance H.R.4374, the Energy Opportunities for All Act – a bill introduced by Rep. Eli Crane (R-AZ) – out of committee. The Energy Opportunities for All Act would nullify the Biden Admin’s overreaching actions that…

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July 07 2023

Crane Introduces Bill to Nullify Biden Admin’s Obstructive Violation of Tribal Sovereignty

Recently, Rep. Eli Crane (R-AZ), along with Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), introduced the Energy Opportunities for All Act, which would nullify the Biden admin’s overreaching actions that ban citizens from lawfully exercising the rights over their lands and resources. In…

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