Sasha Mackler writes in The Hill about bipartisan energy progress that can be made this year.
- While election years have generally yielded few major legislative packages, there is ample opportunity for lawmakers to unite in 2024.
- One policy that Capitol Hill should prioritize is the Farm Bill, with a specific focus on funding research and development programs.
- Another policy that could get bipartisan support is further modernizing the permitting process to get more clean energy and infrastructure projects up and running.
“American consumers, businesses, workers and voters all want more affordable, abundant and cleaner energy. This Congress still has the opportunity to act on these issues and deliver for voters.”
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