Schumer, Manchin Announce Deal With $369 Billion In Climate Funding

July 27, 2022
Top Senate Democrats have reached a deal to include $369 billion in climate- and energy-related incentives in their budget “reconciliation” legislation -- despite an apparent collapse of the effort just two weeks ago -- with the White House and top Democrats also agreeing to move separate legislation to ease permitting for energy projects. The 10-year deal, announced in a July 27 joint statement from Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), would “invest in domestic energy...

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