7 House Democrats Join Republicans Urging Biden Reverse on Natural Gas Export Pause

Seven congressional Democrats joined their Republican colleagues in a letter on Monday, expressing their concern with a new decision by President Joe Biden last month to pause exports of liquified natural gas (LNG).

Congressional Energy Export Caucus co-chairs Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) and Luis Correa (D-Calif.) joined their Republican caucus co-chairs, Carol Miller (R-W.Va.) and Jody Arrington (R-Texas), in a Monday, Feb. 5 letter that pushes back on a Jan. 26 decision by the Biden administration to halt LNG exports, citing climate change concerns.

The letter was signed by 10 more Republican House members and five additional Democrats in the House: Reps. Mary Sattler Peltola of Alaska, Vicente Gonzalez of Texas, Jared Golden of Maine, Jim Costa of California, and Marie Gluesenkamp Perez of Washington.

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