A climate-change bill is set for a vote in the House on Friday and both opponents and supporters of the legislation are gearing up their campaigns ahead of the planned vote.
The Obama Administration is pushing the measure as a job-creator. However, critics argue that the bill is an energy tax that will only slow the economy.
The bill aims to cap greenhouse gas emissions, create renewable electricity standards, and new national building codes.
A House spokesman said the issues about the bill are still being discussed, but should be resolved before the bill goes to the floor.
Phil Kerpen of American's for Prosperity says the bill won't save the U.S. money or energy, but will instead force consumers to spend more while making little impact on emissions and other climate concerns.
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