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  1. Two Democratic lawmakers plan a bill that would collect interest from Energy Department transmission project loans and allow affected communities to use the money raised for local infrastructure projects.
  2. Two Democratic lawmakers plan a bill that would collect interest from Energy Department transmission project loans and allow affected communities to use the money raised for local infrastructure projects.
  3. US is building first new nuclear warhead in decades

    By Gustaf Kilander The United States is building its first new nuclear warhead in decades but will do so without nuclear testing, according to energy department officials on Wednesday. The warhead, known as the W93, is set to be used on ballistic missiles launched from submarines.
  4. Climate Change Misinformation

    Learned more while watching The View today about what President Biden is working on to address climate change. Jennifer Granholm, our Energy Secretary spoke about this today. One thing she spoke about this particular page that addresses the misinformation put out by the guy facin
  5. Senator Grills Energy Secretary Granholm On Stock Ownership, Disclosures: 'This Is Institutionalized Corruption'

    By Chris Katje Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) pressed Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on her past stock trading history and conflicts of interest during a congressional hearing Tuesday. What Happened: Granholm’s stock trading activity while serving as energy secretary continued to dra
  6. Pentagon, SBA taking applications for private capital loan program

    By Courtney Albon WASHINGTON — A Pentagon office created to drive private capital toward national security needs is partnering with the Small Business Administration to offer federally guaranteed loans for investors looking to fund defense-related technologies. The Office of Strate
  7. Biden admin rejects GM's warning that US emissions rules will be costly

    By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) -General Motors warned the Biden administration's planned changes to vehicle emissions rules could cost the auto industry hundreds of billions of dollars in penalties by 2031, which the Biden administration said on Thursday was wrong. GM exe