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THE EMPOWERMENT ALLIANCE INVITES JOE BIDEN AND KAMALA HARRIS TO JOIN THE EMPOWERING AMERICA PODCAST TO DISCUSS THEIR PLANS FOR NATURAL GAS THE EMPOWERING AMERICA PODCAST HELPS EDUCATE AMERICANS ON THE BENEFITS OF CLEAN, LOW COST NATURAL GAS 

WASHINGTON –  The Empowerment Alliance (TEA) recently launched The Empowering America Podcast, to help educate Americans on the importance of natural gas to the American consumer and energy independence. The guests for the first two episodes were House GOP Whip Steve Scalise, Ohio Congressman Bill Johnson, and Jerry James, Founder of Shale Crescent USA.

As part of our upcoming programming, The Empowering America Podcast formally invites former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris to join the podcast at a time of their convenience next week to discuss their plans for natural gas development in the United States. Because this is an educational program, we are very much interested in hearing from a different perspective from our previous guests and would like to offer Mr. Biden and Senator Harris the opportunity to provide that in a non-partisan interview.

"In our first two episodes, we have had incredible policy conversations about energy policy in the United States and how domestic natural gas will play a role in that policy," said The Empowering America Podcast Co-Host Autria Lindsay. "In an effort to have all points of view discussed to educate Americans, we would love to have former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris on to discuss their vision for energy development in the United States."

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