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Ewire: Elections may erode GOP members in House climate caucus

August 09, 2018
Increasing expectations that Democrats will do well in House races this November and potentially gain control of the chamber could have a major effect on one group of lawmakers that aims to begin addressing climate change in a bipartisan way. A report in Think Progress notes that more than half of the GOP members of the House Climate Solutions Caucus are either retiring from Congress or are “facing strong competition in their re-election bids.” That means the caucus could...

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