(KCPW News) A cap-and-trade bill called the American Clean Energy and Security Act may be voted on in the full U.S. House of Representatives as early as tomorrow, but Utah Congressman Jim Matheson hasn't yet made up his mind. Constituents who are both for and against the legislation have been pressuring him on the bill. He's seen as a key player because of his position as chairman of the Blue Dog Democrats' Energy Task Force, and a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. When the bill was in committee last month, Matheson voted against the legislation out of concern that states that depend heavily on coal, like Utah, would be disproportionately affected by higher energy prices. KCPW's Jeff Robinson asked Matheson whether his position on the bill has changed since then.