Petitions and Memorials

Bill Introduced Description
Petitions & Memorials 199 Apr-17-18
POM-199. A joint memorial adopted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho memorializing its opposition to any new federal national monument designations or further designations of wilderness in the State of Idaho without the approval of the United States Congress and the Idaho Legislature; to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Petitions & Memorials 195 Apr-12-18
POM-195. A resolution adopted by the Mayor and City Commission of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, memorializing their opposition to the proposal to dramatically expand domestic oil and gas production by increasing offshore drilling leases off Florida’s Atlantic and Gulf coasts, as well as along both the east and west coasts of the continental United States; to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Petitions & Memorials 194 Apr-12-18
POM-194. A resolution adopted by the Township Council of Berkeley, new Jersey, memorializing their opposition to offshore oil and gas exploration and drilling activities that would affect the coast of New Jersey, and calling upon the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management to withdraw New Jersey and the entire Atlantic Ocean from consideration for the offshore oil and gas exploration, development, or drilling; to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Petitions & Memorials 188 Mar-20-18
POM-188. A joint resolution adopted by the Legislature of the State of Maine urging the President of the United States and the United State Congress to exclude the State of Maine from offshore oil and gas drilling and exploration activities; to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Petitions & Memorials 187 Mar-20-18
POM-187. A resolution adopted by the Senate of the State of California relative to a new 5-year National Offshore Oil and Gas Leasing Program on the Outer Continental Shelf; to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Petitions & Memorials 186 Mar-20-18
POM-186. A resolution adopted by the Senate of the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts urging the United States Department of the Interior to limit the proposed expansion of the national outer continental shelf oil and gas leasing program and to protect the waters off the coasts of the Commonwealth of New England; to the Committee on Energy and Naturals Resources.
Petitions & Memorials 185 Mar-19-18
POM-185. A concurrent resolution adopted by the Legislative Assembly of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico urging the United States Government to prioritize, increase, and accelerate the recovery, restoration, and reconstruction efforts of Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria; to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Petitions & Memorials 184 Mar-19-18
POM-184. A concurrent resolution adopted by the Legislative Assembly of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico requesting the United States Congress to extend the unemployment and the Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) benefits for an additional twenty-six (26) weeks, due to the catastrophic impact of Hurricane Maria and Irma on Puerto Rico; to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Petitions & Memorials 181 Mar-14-18
POM-181. A resolution adopted by the Legislative Assembly of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico requesting the United States Congress to extend the unemployment and the Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) benefits for an additional twenty-six (26) weeks, due to the catastrophic impact of Hurricane Maria and Irma on Puerto Rico; to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Petitions & Memorials 179 Mar-08-18
POM-179. A resolution adopted by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Gautier, Mississippi, urging the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management to finalize a 2019-2024 National Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Program that maintains and expands access to Gulf of Mexico energy resources, and urging the United States Congress to keep its commitment under the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act to share OCS revenues with Gulf producing states and their coastal political subdivisions, and to lift the existing cap on revenue-sharing with the Gulf Coast states; to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.