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Will Biden’s hard-hat environmentalism bridge the divide on clean energy future?

Perhaps the most unlikely feature of high-stakes budget negotiations going on in Washington is a debate over permitting. That's essentially the regulatory process for deciding what gets built where. It could be power plants, transmission lines or other projects. For decades, industry and labor have chaffed at what they describe as overly strict rules that limit development. Now environmentalists also view red tape as a problem because it limits the construction of projects necessary for a clean energy future. Reaching a compromise won't be easy, but it's critical to achieving President Joe Biden's vision of slashing greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years.

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MLK Library Apartments break ground, new chapter begins for Milwaukee Public Library branch

A new chapter has begun for a Milwaukee County Library branch. Emem Group and General Capital Group announced Friday a groundbreaking ceremony for the incoming MLK Library Apartments at 310 West Locust Avenue. This Martin Luther King Branch will be ...

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