The outcome of the midterm elections will have a significant impact on the direction of energy and environmental policy. E&E News reporters discuss what will change.
Progressives ready to block defense bill over permitting
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Ranchers, greens on edge as BLM rewrites grazing rule
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Student debt relief brings ‘major questions’ back to SCOTUS
By Pamela King | 12/05/2022 01:27 PM ESTRead More >>
Gunfire on N.C. substations causes widespread power outages
By Peter Behr | 12/05/2022 06:58 AM ESTRead More >>
‘Buy America’ timeline threatens to delay EV charger network
By Andres Picon | 12/05/2022 06:44 AM ESTRead More >>
Top Dems weigh adding permitting reform to defense bill
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