Rep. Mullin says House energy work was special

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As he prepares to leave the U.S. House and become a U.S. Senator in January, Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin says he’s especially proud of the time he served on the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

In a note to constituents, the Republican Representative, who won the November election to succeed retiring Sen. Jim Inhofe, said in his column the committee has broad jurisdiction over many government aspects related to the everyday lives of Oklahomans.

“It was here we could fight for our domestic producers and push back again the Left’s radical climate agenda, an issue deeply personal to our state,” continued Mullin.

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