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  • Reps. Green, Ryan call on feds to waive reformulated gas mandates in Wisconsin
    Apr 26, 2006  - WASHINGTON – With gas prices topping the $3 mark in several parts of the state, U.S. Reps. Mark Green (R-Green Bay) and Paul Ryan (R-Janesville) wrote a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Wednesday asking for an immediate waiver of reformulated gas requirements in Wisconsin – a move... More
  • Ryan Announces Upcoming Listening Sessions
    Apr 6, 2006  - WASHINGTON -- First District Congressman Paul Ryan announced the schedule for listening sessions to be held on April 20 and 21. Ryan will be visiting communities in Wisconsin's First Congressional District that were not part of the round of listening sessions held earlier this year. These meetings p... More
  • Ryan’s Fuel Legislation Passes House, Bill Addresses Soaring Prices, Reduces Boutique Fuels with Six-Fuel Federal Slate
    Oct 7, 2005  - WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives today approved legislation that would build on the progress made in the energy bill signed into law this summer by calling for a six-fuel slate to shrink the number of boutique (highly specialized) fuels and streamline the nation’s fragmented gasoline s... More
  • Gas Price Task Force Asks FTC and NYMEX for Information on Price Hikes after Hurricane
    Sep 22, 2005  - WASHINGTON – Last week, U.S. House Majority Whip Roy Blunt (Mo.) announced the formation of the Gas Price Task Force, naming Wisconsin’s First District Congressman Paul Ryan as one of the members on the task force. Today, task force members sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) request... More
  • Ryan’s Fuels Legislation Passes Congress
    Jul 28, 2005  - Following the completion of a House-Senate conference where differences between the two chambers’ versions of a comprehensive energy bill were resolved, the U.S. House of Representatives today passed consensus energy legislation that includes the provisions of a boutique fuels bill (H.R. 1493) intro... More
  • House Passes Ryan Plan to Fix Fuel System, Stabilize Gas Prices as Part of Energy Bill
    Apr 21, 2005  - WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives today passed comprehensive energy legislation that includes the substance of a boutique fuels bill (H.R. 1493) introduced by First District Congressman Paul Ryan earlier this month to begin the process of streamlining the nation’s fragmented gasoline sy... More
  • Wisconsin Congressmen Seek Simpler System to Help Stabilize Gas Prices
    Apr 6, 2005  - Washington, DC – Wisconsin Congressmen Paul Ryan, Mark Green, Jim Sensenbrenner and Tom Petri, together with a group of House colleagues, have reintroduced legislation to continue their fight for a more streamlined fuel system to help prevent the gasoline price spikes that have plagued Wisconsin and... More
  • Ryan Named Vice-Chairman of Sportsmen’s Caucus
    Jan 6, 2005  - Wisconsin’s First District Congressman Paul Ryan today announced that he has been named a vice-chairman of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus. Two hundred ninety-six Members of the House and Senate currently belong to this bipartisan caucus, which works to protect the rights of America’s hunters, ... More
  • Congressional Subcommittee Examines Federal Regulations Regarding Reformulated Gasoline
    Jul 6, 2000  - RACINE – First District Congressman Paul Ryan today chaired a hearing of a congressional subcommittee of the House Committee on Government Reform that focused on how the federal government regulates reformulated gasoline (RFG). Among those who testified at the hearing were Environmental Protection A... More
  • Ryan Supports Assembly Leaders’ Lawsuit Against EPA
    Jun 29, 2000  - WASHINGTON – Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Scott Jensen and Majority Leader Steve Foti today filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on behalf of the Assembly to challenge the agency’s reformulated gas rules. First District Congressman Paul Ryan joined them as well as other Me... More