WASHINGTON — Today, the House voted to approve the $3.5 trillion Budget Resolution, and adopted a rule for consideration of the $1 trillion infrastructure bill.
We are pleased to see both the bipartisan infrastructure package and budget reconciliation process move forward in the House following today’s procedural vote. The budget reconciliation effort is expected to include vital and transformative investments in America’s clean energy economy, creating jobs and confronting climate change after decades of delay. This vote should make us optimistic that common ground can be found and that we can get to ‘yes’ on both of these critical pieces of legislation.Lindsey Baxter Griffith, Director of Federal Policy at Clean Air Task Force
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About Clean Air Task Force
Clean Air Task Force (CATF) is a non-profit organization working to safeguard against the worst impacts of climate change by catalyzing the rapid global development and deployment of low-carbon energy and other climate-protecting technologies. We work towards these objectives through research and analysis, public advocacy leadership, and partnership with the private sector. With nearly 25 years of nationally and internationally recognized expertise on clean air policy and regulations and a fierce commitment to fully exploring all potential solutions. CATF is headquartered in Boston, with staff working virtually around the U.S. and abroad.