GOP Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., slammed President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement and House Republicans’ attempt to revive the Keystone XL pipeline as he unveiled legislation Monday aimed at restoring some of the economic stimulus measures that were cut from the budget that President Donald Trumps proposed in his first budget proposal.
“This budget was created to restore the jobs that were lost in this terrible climate crisis, and I have no doubt that we can do that,” Cole said in a statement.
“In fact, I have every confidence that our president will keep working to help all Americans rebuild their economy, create jobs and help the middle class.
Cole’s bill would reinstate $10 billion in stimulus aid, which would be given to states, the Department of Commerce, and states that have adopted an ambitious climate action plan. “
While we will not be able to restore all of the benefits of this historic agreement, we will make every effort to restore our country’s reputation for being a great place to do business.”
Cole’s bill would reinstate $10 billion in stimulus aid, which would be given to states, the Department of Commerce, and states that have adopted an ambitious climate action plan.
The legislation would also provide a $1.1 billion loan to help states meet their commitments on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
It would also create a new Office of Climate Change Action to address climate change.
Cole’s bill also includes $5.3 billion in additional federal aid to help companies implement and market technology to address global warming.
Cole said the money would be used to help businesses develop clean energy technology, expand the number of jobs in the U-M’s manufacturing sector, and create jobs in low- and middle-income communities.
He also announced plans to reintroduce a measure to create a Climate Justice Corps that would provide training and support for people living in cities with a high proportion of people living below the poverty line.
Cole and his bill are part of a wave of GOP legislative proposals that would help businesses and the middle classes as they try to recover from the climate crisis.
Cole’s legislation, for example, would provide $1 billion in aid to states and cities that implement climate change mitigation measures, including energy efficiency and climate resilience.
It also would make sure the federal government pays for energy efficiency upgrades at state-owned coal-fired power plants.
The president’s budget blueprint called for the U!
to cut the federal budget by $54 billion over the next decade.
Cole said Monday’s budget would reduce the deficit by $1 trillion.
Cole also said his bill would restore some of those jobs lost to the climate disaster.
He said he and fellow Republican Rep. Jim Cooper, R, Tenn., will introduce a bill that would “restore jobs and rebuild our economy.”
The legislation also would provide a credit of $1,000 to each American household to help offset the costs of the COVID-19 relief package that was offered by the White House in 2017.
The measure would allow the government to offer up to $10,000 in credit to households.
Cole and Cooper also said they will reintroduce legislation that would allow individuals to contribute up to a $10 monthly premium to their health insurance.
Cole, who is also chairman of the House Budget Committee, said his legislation would extend unemployment benefits to 1.5 million Americans through the end of 2021.