Keystone politics may delay Senate vote on energy-efficiency bill

04/24/2014 | EENews.net (free content)

Politics surrounding the Keystone XL pipeline may delay a Senate vote on the pending energy-efficiency bill, previously expected early next month. The White House has said it will indefinitely delay a decision on the pipeline, and Republican lawmakers will likely push for a vote on that before taking up the energy-efficiency bill. This increases the chances that a vote on the energy-efficiency bill would be accompanied by at least one vote on a controversial amendment, according to this article.

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