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Geof Koss



Geof covers Congress for Greenwire and E&E Daily. He’s written about energy and environmental policy in Washington, D.C., since 2002, including eight years at Roll Call and five at Inside Washington Publishers.

He is a graduate of Villanova University, and has a master's degree in journalism from the University of Colorado, Boulder. A Maryland native, Geof has also worked for newspapers in Colorado and Oregon.

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Ross advances; cloture set for Zinke

The Senate will vote to confirm Commerce secretary nominee Wilbur Ross when it returns after the weeklong Presidents Day recess, while also voting to end debate on Interior nominee Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.).


Invoking Benghazi, Democrats fail to delay Pruitt vote

Senate Democrats unloaded on Republicans this morning for refusing to delay a vote on U.S. EPA administrator nominee Scott Pruitt. Pointing to long GOP investigations of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee's top Democrat, Delaware Sen. Tom Carper, asked, "What if the shoe was on the other foot?"


House Democrats float blueprint for greener NAFTA

Top House Democrats who are skeptical of multinational trade deals yesterday unveiled a set of green-tinted principles to guide President Trump in fulfilling his campaign pledge to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement.