Allowing a public works headache is a bipartisan grievance. So we wonder: Will Democratic senators join their Republican counterparts in voting to repeal a rule by the Biden administration that is adding costly new roadblocks?
Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan plans to call for a vote on a resolution as early as this week to overturn a Council on Environmental Quality amendment to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) permitting requirements. Under the Congressional Review Act, a simple majority of both houses can pass a disapproval resolution to end a rule.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/a-permitting-test-for-democrats-dan-sullivan-senate-biden-administration-rules-environment-public-works-11659124404 A Permitting Test for Democrats