McKinley’s Loss Boosts Questions About Appetite For GHG Dealmaking

May 11, 2022
Rep. David McKinley (R-WV), who was in line to chair a key House panel that oversees EPA and other environment issues if the GOP takes control of the chamber next year, lost his primary contest May 11, boosting questions about the outlook for possible compromises on climate-related legislation. Specifically, McKinley co-sponsored bipartisan legislation that sought to address power plant greenhouse gas emissions by imposing clean energy standards on utilities that would kick in only after an extended period of federal...

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