Comment Letters & Issues

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KENTUCKY LETTER TO S & P GLOBAL RATINGS (Signers include state officials, June 29, 2022): Kentucky Officials Object to S&P’s Use of ESG Criteria in State Credit Ratings

IDAHO LETTER TO S & P GLOBAL RATINGS (Signers include federal and state officials, May 18, 2022): Idaho Officials Object to S&P’s Use of ESG Criteria in State Credit Ratings

UTAH LETTER TO S & P GLOBAL RATINGS (Signers include federal and state officials, April 21, 2022): Utah Officials Object to S&P’s Use of ESG Criteria in State Credit Ratings

SFOF LETTER TO PRESIDENT BIDEN (23 states represented, 27 signers, April 5, 2022): Declaration of Americas Energy Independence

SFOF LETTER TO PRESIDENT BIDEN (21 states represented, 25 signers, January 31, 2022): Opposition to Nominee Sarah Bloom Raskin for Federal Reserve Bank

LETTER, WEST VIRGINIA INITIATED, TO U.S. BANKS (16 signers, November 22, 2021): Encouragement to Continue to do Business with American Energy

SFOF LETTER TO PRESIDENT BIDEN (18 states represented, 22 signers, November 12, 2021): Opposition to Nominee Saule Omarova to U.S. Comptroller of the Currency

SFOF LETTER TO PRESIDENT BIDEN & TREASURY SEC YELLEN (20 states represented, 24 signers, September 20, 2021): Opposition to U.S. Treasury Dept’s proposal to have the IRS monitor $600 transactions in bank accounts.

LETTER, WEST VIRGINIA INITIATED, TO JOHN KERRY, SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL ENVOY FOR CLIMATE (15 signers, May 25, 2021):Letter to John Kerry regarding fossil fuel lending

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