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Mr. Cotton said in a statement before the vote that “the Senate should have the benefit of hearing from the Department of Justice before blindly acting on this issue,” noting that Democrats had expedited the bill’s consideration before holding a hearing about it. Brenda Mallory speaks at the Queen theater in Wilmington, Del.Credit…Amr Alfiky/The New York Times The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Brenda Mallory, an environmental lawyer who served in prominent roles during the Obama administration, to lead the White House Council on Environmental Quality, making her the first Black woman to hold the position. Her confirmation, by a vote of 53 to 45, will allow the council to move forward with what President Biden has described as an expanded focus on racial and social equity in environmental decision-making. The agency helps coordinate environmental policy across the federal government and will play a key role in meeting Mr. Biden’s climate change goals. Ms. Mallory is assuming the role of administrator of the C.E.Q. As the Biden administration tries to deliver a $2 trillion infrastructure package that would rebuild highways and bridges as well as develop electric vehicle charging stations, replace every lead service line in the country and modernize the country’s electricity grid. At the same time, the administration has vowed to restore provisions that the Trump administration rolled back in a 51-year-old permitting law known as the National Environmental Policy Act. In the coming months, Ms. Mallory is expected to face key decisions about how to strengthen that law while allaying concerns from industry leaders — including in the renewable energy sector — who argue that too much red tape could delay or block badly needed infrastructure development. In testimony before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee in March, Ms. Mallory gave few clues to her position, saying that the law should be reviewed in a way that “ensures that we have significant infrastructure projects and that economic recovery which is based on those projects can occur.” Ms. Mallory most recently served as the director of regulatory policy for the Southern Environmental Law Center, a nonprofit group. As an environmental lawyer, she joined the Environmental Protection Agency in 2000, serving there and at the Council on Environmental Quality in various positions for 17 years before rising to general counsel of the C.E.Q. Her nomination was supported by 13 past Republican heads of the council and the E.P.A., as well as the Chamber of Commerce. Senator Tom Carper, Democrat of Delaware and chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee, said Ms. Swimming Beach And she lived happily ever after poster
Mallory would get the United States “back on track” on environmental issues, “to harmonize our efforts to address the climate crisis, safeguard public health and ensure that we’re treating others the way we want to be treated.” Critics — including Senator Shelley Moore Capito, Republican of West Virginia, who voted against Ms. Mallory on Wednesday — said they worried that her work would slow construction projects. “If we want to ‘build back better,’ we have to be able to actually build,” Ms. Capito said during Ms. Mallory’s hearing. The Biden administration will approve $23 billion in weapons sales to the United Arab Emirates, including F-35 fighter jets, according to a State Department spokesman.Credit…Mark Wilson/Getty Images The Biden administration plans to suspend sales of many offensive weapons to Saudi Arabia that were approved under the Trump administration, but it will allow the sale of other matériel that can be construed to have a defensive purpose, U.S. Officials said on Wednesday. The plan, which Congress was briefed on last week, is part of the Biden administration’s review of billions of dollars in arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates that the White House announced soon after President Biden’s inauguration. The original sales were met with strong opposition last year from congressional Democrats, who are angry over the countries’ involvement in the war in Yemen and wary of transferring advanced military technology to authoritarian Middle Eastern nations with ties to China. The Biden administration will approve $23 billion in weapons sales to the United Arab Emirates, according to a State Department spokesman, including F-35 fighter jets and armed Reaper drones. Administration officials had signaled that those arms, sold to the Emirates soon after it signed a diplomatic agreement with Israel brokered by the Trump administration, were likely to be approved. The fate of arms sales to Saudi Arabia had been less clear. Mr. Biden, who has said that he wants to reset Washington’s relationship with Riyadh, announced in February that he would end “all American support for offensive operations in the war in Yemen, including relevant arms sales,” but the White House did not provide further details. Since then, U.S. Officials have debated which weapons sold under the Trump administration might plausibly be used for Saudi Arabia’s self-defense, including against missile and drone attacks by the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels, whom the Saudis have been fighting in Yemen. Even as Biden administration officials have criticized Saudi Arabia and its crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, they have repeatedly pledged to help the Saudis defend themselves. Swimming Beach And she lived happily ever after poster
President Biden’s overall approval rating in a new Quinnipiac poll is 48 percent, with 42 percent disapproving.Credit…Amr Alfiky/The New York Times Voters largely approve of President Biden’s coronavirus response but disapprove of his handling of the situation at the southern border, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday. The poll also found that Mr. Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan is more popular if it is funded by an increase in corporate tax rates, which congressional Republicans oppose. Nearly two-thirds of the people polled — 64 percent — said they approved of Mr. Biden’s response to the pandemic, and only 29 percent said they disapproved. But on his handling of the situation at the border with Mexico, 29 percent approved and 55 percent disapproved. Slightly more respondents supported Mr. Biden’s infrastructure plan (44 percent) than opposed it (38 percent), with 19 percent not expressing an opinion. Support rose significantly, to 53 percent, for a plan funded by higher taxes on corporations. The poll, conducted April 8-12 among 1,237 adults, has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.8 percentage points. On policies related to coronavirus vaccinations, the poll showed Americans closely divided on so-called vaccine passports, businesses’ requiring their employees to be vaccinated, and colleges’ requiring students to be vaccinated. But on one matter, they overwhelmingly agreed. Seventy-five percent of respondents said that many of the more than 560,000 coronavirus deaths in the United States could have been prevented. Only 17 percent said that number was inevitable. The White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton in 2019, the last time it was held.Credit…Paul Morigi/Getty Images The annual summer awards dinner and ceremony held by the White House Correspondents’ Association in Washington — often called “nerd prom” — has been canceled for a second straight year amid the coronavirus pandemic, the organization announced on Wednesday.
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