In a political world so harshly divided, these findings show that some issues still enjoy bipartisan support. To accomplish its goals, the Biden Administration would do well to listen to what voters want: energy independence, economic impact transparency, and private-sector leadership.
As the process to pass an infrastructure package continues, House Republicans used committee hearings last week to explain their vision for infrastructure legislation. Members across the party outlined improvements to regulatory reform, water infrastructure, surface transportation, and broadband.
With an administration and progressive party in power that prioritizes an all-of-government approach to climate change, it is important to have principled conservatives such as Congressman Thompson to offer solutions rooted in agriculture, nature, and free markets. Through his leadership, conservatives can once again become the party of truth and science.
While many people believe that the only way to mitigate the effects of climate change is to spend more money, this report shows that reforming ineffective government programs and unlocking the power of the private sector can be even more effective.