In This Issue:
Energy and Climate Debate; Congress; Administration; Department of Commerce; Department of Energy; Department of Interior; Department of Treasury; Environmental Protection Agency; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Federal Trade Commission; Nuclear Regulatory Commission; International; States; and Miscellaneous.
Excerpt from Energy and Climate Debate -
As Congress returns from recess, the House and Senate continue to unveil more details about their spring agendas.
The Senate’s recent action in quickly passing the Child Care Development Block Grant Program signals a renewed interest in moving other bipartisan measures through the chamber in the coming months. Though their first order of business this week will be to resume work on the Ukraine aid bill (S. 2124) and to consider unemployment benefits (S. 2148), we anticipate a swift turn to a new round of bipartisan measures, including energy efficiency (S. 2074) and manufacturing (S. 1468) legislation. Also, pending, of course, is debate on a broader economic agenda, including a bill (S. 1737) to raise the minimum wage, about which there is less bipartisan agreement.
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Topics: Climate Change, Department of the Interior, DOE, Energy, Energy & Climate Debates, EPA, FERC, FTC, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Renewable Energy, U.S. Commerce Department
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