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There was a flurry of new developments on a Senate clean energy & climate bill yesterday. Read more >
If I kept pushing a phony scandal that had been thoroughly debunked by the Associated Press months ago, wouldn’t it ruin my credibility? So why do climate deniers like Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) think they can keep trotting out hacked […] Read more >
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) already took a public drubbing when she introduced the so-called Dirty Air Act. Now, three more senators are in the line of fire for co-sponsoring her bill.
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Scrutiny has especially focused on her contributions from electric utilities and Big Oil — Sen. Murkowski is among Congress’ biggest recipients of polluter cash. But as soon as today, she may move forward with her attempt to gut the Clean Air Act anyway Read more >
At first it seemed like simply one bad idea from one senator. But now we know the real story — a tangled web of public officials, polluter lobbyists, and efforts to gut the Clean Air Act. Read more >
As Senators Kerry, Graham and Lieberman unveiled their Senate clean energy and climate framework yesterday, prospects for progress got a boost from Arkansas Senators Lincoln and Pryor.
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Here is my posting on National Journal’s blog in response to Senator Majority Leader Harry Reid’s announcement Tuesday that Democrats will wait until to spring to debate climate legislation on the Senate floor: Hope springs eternal, but the idea of […] Read more >
The Senate Environment & Public Works Committee passed the Clean Energy Jobs & American Power Act yesterday on an 11-1 vote. Read more >
New developments for the Senate clean energy & climate bill — Barbara Boxer is reaching out to Republicans. Read more >
Denier in chief Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) is threatening to try to block the Clean Energy Jobs & American Power Act, the historic clean energy & climate legislation before the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee. But Sen. Barbara Boxer […] Read more >