How's that energy bill coming?
Kate Sheppard reports:
"We're really not at the point where I can determine what I think is best for the caucus," Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) told reporters following the meeting, when asked if there were any new details on the package, which they are supposed to start debating next week. Reid also noted that they haven't yet drawn any Republicans to work on a package. "Everyone is focusing all the attention on us. We're trying to find a Republican or two or three. … We haven't given up on that."
Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) told reporters that they spent about five minutes on the subject of an energy package. Reid walked them through several options on a bill, one with a carbon cap and one without it, and gave senators more time to think about it.
July 21, 2010; 1:43 PM ET
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