Pennsylvania House approves RGGI blocking resolution as governor’s administration refutes move

Published 23:41 on December 15, 2021  /  Last updated at 23:41 on December 15, 2021  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Wednesday evening sent on a resolution that would prevent Governor Tom Wolf from implementing the state’s final RGGI-aligned cap-and-trade regulation, though the Democratic leader is expected to veto the measure as his administration simultaneously argues a legislative office is incorrect in its recent move to hold up the power sector carbon market.

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Wednesday evening sent on a resolution that would prevent Governor Tom Wolf from implementing the state’s final RGGI-aligned cap-and-trade regulation, though the Democratic leader is expected to veto the measure as his administration simultaneously argues a legislative office is incorrect in its recent move to hold up the power sector carbon market.

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