Resolution opposing Obama’s crude oil tax passes US House

The US House of Representatives approved a resolution opposing President Barack Obama’s proposal to impose a $10.25/bbl tax on crude oil to support new transportation systems’ research and development. H. Con. Res 112 was approved on June 10 by a 234-177 vote, largely along party lines. Twenty-three Democrats joined Republicans in favor of it, while a single Republican voted with Democrats against it.

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