Opinion: Bipartisan hope emerging on climate change


As impeachment proceedings ratchet up the partisan tension in Washington, there’s still hope that progress can be made on pressing problems of the day.

It appears Republicans and Democrats are coming together on one issue that once seemed intractable: Climate change.

In the Senate, Republican Mike Braun of Indiana is teaming with Maryland Democrat Chris Coons to form a bipartisan climate solutions group.

The Senate group complements the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus in the House established in 2016.

It became a judgment-free zone where members of both parties could meet for serious discussions about solving climate change.

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