While revisiting former legislature for improvement and progress is important, this bill portrays the exact opposite. Let's break it down, shall we? New coal technology program? Why. I don't want to find this. Coal mines have ruined cities, their citizens, and the landscape. No. How about retraining for those left behind after the mine was stripped? I will support that reform. And drilling? No. We don't have infinite resources. And they want the EPA to not regulate lead fishing tackle? That doesn't seem righ- oh wait, Scott Pruitt. A PIPELINE? So, wait, more oil & natural gas? Why? I don't underst- oh. Rex Tillerson. Susan Murkowski. According to OpenSecrets, Murkowski has the following as very large donors: ConocoPhillips, PG&E, Cheniere Energy, Anadarko, NextEra Energy, Exxon Mobil, Chevron Corp, BP. And goodness, just who is affiliated with Exxon? Let's continue, shall we? Energy Secretary: Rick Perry - he wasn't popular in TX and he isn't popular now. Secretary of the Interior: Ryan Zinke - Oasis Peteoleum is his #1 donator with Cloud Peak Energy (coal) as another. This is a mess of a bill with many hidden agendas. I vote NAY until I see fewer lobbyist-driven agendas and more ACTUAL progress for the future sustainable state of the United States of America - NOT for a few blowhards trying desperately to fill their pockets before they get kicked out of office. NAY.