David Bulova, one of the most knowledgeable members of the House when it comes to environmental issues, introduced a study resolution to examine new pollution problems in the Potomac. David noted that scientists are finding male fish that have begun growing eggs. His study resolution would have had the House examine whether man-made chemicals might not be the source of the problem.
Turns out he was right abut the issue–but the House didn’t want to pursue the study. The House has a particular bias against studies, I have noticed. Which may tell you a lot about how some of the legislation that gets through our chamber manages to pass.