US Faces More Energy Gridlock

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US energy policy will become even more gridlocked after Republicans clinched only a narrow majority in the US House of Representatives in midterm elections, with Democrats holding onto the Senate. Divisions will largely preserve the status quo, with the bulk of President Joe Biden's flagship climate measures holding fast. But his party may push harder on climate at the margins.

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