On Friday, in the Washington Post, Washington Senator Maria Cantwell and Republican Susan Collins of Maine, wrote:
There has been much talk recently about whether Republicans and Democrats in Washington can produce a bipartisan clean-energy and jobs bill. The answer is: We already have.
Already have produced, yes. Already passed in the U.S. Senate? No.
Which is why, with clean energy now at the front of everyone's mind because of the very dirty energy that's on perpetual display down in the Gulf of Mexico, Cantwell is headed to the White House this Wednesday (along with Harry Reid, John Kerry, and others) to talk with President Obama about what needs to happen—and what can, realistically, get through the Senate.
Here's a video she's been showing to everyone who will listen (including the White House). It's a simple, two-minute briefing on the Cantwell-Collins proposal, known as the CLEAR Act: