Now that we’re a month out from the partial federal government shutdown, Capitol Hill is slowly returning to normal (relatively speaking). Yes, political brinksmanship still exists on major issues such as tax reform and immigration. And Democrats and Republicans remain miles apart on striking the “grand bargain” to secure our nation’s long-term fiscal health. But one policy area of growing bipartisan interest concerns energy-efficiency legislation. A bill that the Sena
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