The new wedge issue

Read the full story at Politico.

As more businesses, scientists and voters sound the alarm on climate change, a band of Republicans in Congress have come to the table with a message that they’re on board with solutions that are technology-agnostic (think carbon capture), fiscally responsible, and strong on national security. With Democrats, they could help the U.S. deliver on pledges made by President Joe Biden at the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow.

But just as the GOP’s clean-energy champions find their footing, the party’s culture warriors, led by climate change skeptic Donald Trump, are prepping for midterm primary battles that could trip up the effort right out of the gate.

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