Originally posted in The Washington Examiner.
“Republicans might support the broad outlines of the reported clean energy provisions, especially on R&D, which look similar to a bipartisan clean energy innovation package that Congress passed with the year-end spending bill last year.
But process matters, and will shape the ultimate scope of the package.
“We all hate potholes and we all want fast internet, and reliable, non-polluting energy grids,” Heather Reams, executive director of the conservative group Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions, told us. ”The Administration and Congress would be wise to give all Americans a voice, and a stake in making that a reality.”