No progress this week on US House vote for infrastructure bill, leaving climate funding in limbo

Published 18:48 on October 1, 2021  /  Last updated at 02:37 on October 2, 2021  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

Delayed legislative votes caused by Democrat wrangling are raising questions over how the US will move forward with its climate change policies ahead of COP26, with both the proposed infrastructure and reconciliation bills seen as crucial for climate action.

Delayed legislative votes caused by Democrat wrangling are raising questions over how the US will move forward with its climate change policies ahead of COP26, with both the proposed infrastructure and reconciliation bills seen as crucial for climate action.

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