Dr. Bucshon questions EPA Administrator



(Washington, D.C.) – At a Science hearing on Thursday, Congressman Larry Bucshon, a physician, questioned Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Gina McCarthy about the impact of the administration’s new coal regulations on Indiana.


Watch the full exchange by clicking on the image below.

In September, the Administration announced new regulations that are likely to prevent the construction of new coal-fired plants.


In late October, Dr. Bucshon joined over 5,000 Americans from the coal industry at the American Energy Jobs Rally in Washington, DC where he spoke about these regulations. Pictures from the event can be found here - http://www.flickr.com/photos/replarrybucshon/sets/72157637672956503/.


You can also click this link to access the video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIcGzyQ-p80&list=PL4CE9BC61F1ADA6A6&index=1.


  1. Coal is an outdated fuel that causes way too many health problems. Before you all scream “LIBERAL” at me, remember the root word of Conservative is “conserve.” Preserving our land, air, and water is in line with Republican principles; some have just forgot that.

  2. thank you Dr.Bucshon ……the fraud barry obama and his commie minions have destroyed healthcare and now they want to destroy the energy sector……

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