What energy and environment policies are at stake in the deficit debates now dominating Washington?
The congressional super committee is trying to come up with a package by Thanksgiving that trims the federal deficit by at least $1.2 trillion over 10 years. While the 12-member bipartisan committee's negotiations are being kept under a tight lid, possible targets for cuts range from oil and gas tax breaks to Environmental Protection Agency programs.
What impact do you anticipate the super committee's proposal could have on energy and environment issues? What policies should the committee look to cut--and protect? What policies, if any, do you think Congress should bolster funds for? How has the political and policy landscape changed since we asked about the spending debate in July?