Quill Robinson and Jessie Buendia write in The Hill on how Congress can pass bipartisan climate action.
- The Supreme Court’s ruling in West Virginia vs. EPA put the onus on Congress, not the regulatory state, to enact climate policies.
- Over the last few years policymakers on both sides of the aisle have come together to pass major pieces of bipartisan legislation that invested significant funding toward energy innovation.
- To make more meaningful progress, Congress should come together to pass common sense policy reforms such as modernizing regulations and reducing barriers to allow the private sector to thrive.
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