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Excerpt from Congress:
Single-Issue Legislation Approach -
On March 25, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR) commented that he anticipates both parties will come together in the 113th Congress to pass bills that focus on particular energy issues rather than sweeping reform. Issues where agreements could be reached include energy efficiency, ethanol and the blend wall, medium-term nuclear waste storage, and small hydropower plants.
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Topics: Canada, Carbon Capture and Sequestration, China, Clean Tech, Climate Change, Coal, Department of State, Department of the Interior, DHS, EPA, EU, Federal Budget, Fracking, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Keystone XL Pipeline, MATS, Natural Gas, Proposed Legislation, U.S. Treasury, Wind Power
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