Heather Reams writes on The Hill that voters have demanded common sense solutions for climate change and energy.
- The 2020 election was a rejection of excess as voters showed that they want leadership and pragmatic legislative solutions.
- Congressional Republicans have a chance to step up to the plate to lead on the issues of climate change and energy.
- Instead of simply rejecting the Left’s proposals, conservatives can offer real solutions.
“Republicans in Congress must seize on this chance to bring forth market-based, conservative policies that, unlike the Green New Deal, will not bankrupt our future. Party leaders should continue efforts to support clean energy industries and implement policies that continue investing in tomorrow’s technologies today. The jobs and economic data don’t lie — the clean energy sector has been an economic engine that has allowed our nation to depend less on foreign oil, while also mitigating the impact of climate change in our communities.”
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