Another Bipartisan Call to Reform the Infrastructure Approval Process (MAYBE DON’T PUBLISH?)

Another Bipartisan Call to Reform the Infrastructure Approval Process (MAYBE DON’T PUBLISH?)

The chorus grows for basic overhaul of infrastructure approvals. A recent essay by former Sen. Pete Domenici and Jason Grumet, head of the…

Another Bipartisan Call to Reform the Infrastructure Approval Process (MAYBE DON’T PUBLISH?) Seems too short

The chorus grows for basic overhaul of infrastructure approvals. A recent essay by former Sen. Pete Domenici and Jason Grumet, head of the Bipartisan Policy Center, explains that “[o]ur permitting policies are antiquated and poorly matched to our rapidly evolving needs,” leading to “train wreck[s]” of endless indecision like the Keystone XL debacle. To have any hope of modernizing our energy production and distribution, we urgently need to rethink the way that we approve infrastructure projects in America.


Originally published at www.huffingtonpost.com on June 15, 2014.

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