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August 2023
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8/3/23 Williams and Obernolte Question Granholm on Stock Holdings at DOE
July 2023
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7/31/23 Lucas and Lofgren Tell Commerce IG to Stop Withholding Documents
7/27/23 Chairman Lucas Opening Statement at Markup of H.R. 4755, H.R. 4824, H.R.4877, H.R. 1069, H.R. 3915 & H.R. 4866
June 2023
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6/7/23 Lucas, Lofgren Request Documents from Commerce Inspector General for Ongoing Investigation
May 2023
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5/30/23 Science Committee Requests DOT Transparency in Rail Safety Efforts
5/26/23 Lucas: DOE Decision on Microvast Raises More Questions
5/10/23 Chairman Frank Lucas Opening Statement at Joint Energy & Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee Hearing Return on Unprecedented Investment: An Analysis of the Department of Energy’s Implementation of the IIJA, the IRA, and the CHIPS and Science Act
5/10/23 Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee Chairman Jay Obernolte Opening Statement at Joint Energy & Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee Hearing Return on Unprecedented Investment: An Analysis of the Department of Energy’s Implementation of the IIJA, the IRA, and the CHIPS and Science Act
5/10/23 Energy Subcommittee Chairman Brandon Williams Opening Statement at Joint Energy & Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee Hearing Return on Unprecedented Investment: An Analysis of the Department of Energy’s Implementation of the IIJA, the IRA, and the CHIPS and Science Act
5/9/23 Science Committee Majority Members Urge DOE to Prioritize Office of Science