Rep. Rob Wittman (R-Montross) has been appointed to serve on the House Natural Resources Committee for the 118th Congress.
As part of his duties on that committee, he will serve on the Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee as well as the Water, Wildlife and Fisheries Subcommittee.
Wittman said in a press release that he is honored to again serve on the Natural Resources Committee and is “especially thrilled” to be serving on the two subcommittees to which he was appointed.
“America—particularly Virginia—is home to an incredible abundance of natural resources which we have a responsibility to steward properly,” he said. “This Congress, we can start rolling-back the administration’s roadblocks to domestic energy development. The American energy industry creates jobs, lowers the cost of gas and electricity for hard-working families, and advances American interests on the world stage.”
A cleaner Chesapeake Bay watershed “will remain a top priority for me,” said Wittman in ...
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