I support an all-of-the-above energy approach. This begins with increasing domestic production of all forms of American energy. We must also promote new, clean and reliable sources of energy and cut bureaucratic red tape on American-made fuel and energy. By doing this, we will create jobs, reduce energy prices, grow our economy and reduce our dependence on foreign sources of energy from often hostile nations.
As gas and home energy prices continue to be unpredictable causing uncertainty for Georgia’s families, the Obama Administration continues to delay approving projects like the Keystone XL Pipeline project which holds bipartisan support. We must change our focus to ensure energy independence while creating jobs in the process.