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Past articles by Emma:

Manchin ready to engage on reconciliation

Sources told E&E News that the West Virginia Democrat views an April-May time frame for reaching a deal on a scaled-back budget reconciliation bill. → Read More

What Manchin's fossil fuel kick means for climate legislation

Democrats and advocates alike fear criticizing the senator in the hope of reaching a deal. → Read More

Ukraine crisis scrambles congressional energy politics

Most Democrats continue to resist GOP calls for increased domestic fossil fuel production, with Senate Energy and Natural Resources Chair Joe Manchin → Read More

What's ahead for 'Build Back Better': 4 scenarios

Congress returns this week with President Biden’s social spending and climate package hanging by a thread after Sen. Joe Manchin threw the effort into chaos → Read More

Schumer promises January vote on climate spending bill

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer isn’t giving up on congressional Democrats’ $1.7 trillion climate and social spending package. → Read More

INTERIOR: Two-pronged attack on BLM pick: Personal loans, 'extreme' ties

The debate over whether Tracy Stone-Manning should lead the Bureau of Land Management is starting to heat up. → Read More

PUBLIC LANDS: Cawthorn bill would create 'Donument' for border wall

Freshman Rep. Madison Cawthorn introduced legislation last week known as the "Donument Act." This is not a typo. → Read More

PANDEMIC: Interior Secretary Bernhardt tests positive for COVID-19

Interior Secretary David Bernhardt has tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Can Lindsey Graham help improve the GOP’s image on the environment?

Sen. Lindsey Graham believes climate change is real and that the Republican Party needs to strengthen its environmental policies to compete with Democrats’ “Green New Deal.” Could his new GOP “Roosevelt Conservation Caucus” be the vehicle to do it? → Read More

Why black Joe Biden supporters in SC remain loyal, despite his record on race

African American voters in SC still like presidential candidate Joe Biden despite criticisms over his handling of Anita Hill’s testimony, controversial criminal justice reforms and school segregation. → Read More

With record-breaking fundraising haul, SC Democrat’s establishment connections pay off

Support from the Democratic establishment is paying off for Jaime Harrison of South Carolina, the Democrat looking to take out incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham. Harrison is posting a record-breaking fundraising haul this quarter. → Read More

Tim Scott is tired of being an outlier in the GOP. He’s trying to fix that

SC’s Republican U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, one of two African Americans in Congress, is helping launch an organization that will recruit and train minority and women conservative candidates to improve GOP diversity. → Read More

Beto O’Rourke has a plan for veterans. But are South Carolina veterans buying it?

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke of Texas is pitching to veterans in South Carolina, the first-in-the-South primary state with a huge military presence. His “war tax” may be a tough sell in 2020. → Read More

Graham locks down home state support — and seeks to lock out primary challengers

Sen. Lindsey Graham has secured endorsements from every Republican member of the S.C. Congressional delegation, another move designed to show his strength and discourage viable Republican primary challengers in 2020. → Read More

Graham locks down home state support — and seeks to lock out primary challengers

Sen. Lindsey Graham has secured endorsements from every Republican member of the S.C. Congressional delegation, another move designed to show his strength and discourage viable Republican primary challengers in 2020. → Read More

Graham locks down home state support — and seeks to lock out primary challengers

Sen. Lindsey Graham has secured endorsements from every Republican member of the S.C. Congressional delegation, another move designed to show his strength and discourage viable Republican primary challengers in 2020. → Read More

Graham locks down home state support — and seeks to lock out primary challengers

Sen. Lindsey Graham has secured endorsements from every Republican member of the S.C. Congressional delegation, another move designed to show his strength and discourage viable Republican primary challengers in 2020. → Read More

Spectacle or scripted? How some 2020 Democrats tried to stand out in SC

Nearly all of the 23 Democrats running for president converged in Columbia, Saturday to pitch to SC Democratic and abortion-rights activists why they should be their party’s 2020 nominee. → Read More

Live: 2020 Dems to make pitch to SC voters at convention, Planned Parenthood forum

More than 20 Democrats running for president in 2020 will pitch to SC voters on Saturday, June 22, 2019, during the SC Democratic Party Convention and Planned Parenthood presidential forum. → Read More

SC Dems pack Columbia plaza awaiting presidential candidates at Clyburn’s fish fry

21 candidates vying for president in 2020. 4,400 pounds of fish. 6,600 white bread slices. Presidential hopefuls and SC Democrats flocked to US Rep. Jim Clyburn’s “World Famous Fish Fry” in downtown Columbia. → Read More