Some Republican members of Congress are headed back to an empty chamber today to protest Congress not acting on a bipartisan energy bill. The one thing that seems clear is that Americans want and need help, but nothing seems to be happening. Utah Congressman Rob Bishop is one of the sponsors of the bill and is headed back to DC today. He talked with Grant and Amanda this morning, emphasizing that off-shore oil drilling is not the silver bullet, it's not the only answer, but it is part of the solution. Click here to hear the interview.
The Republicans are sitting in on Capitol Hill
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