The Daily 202: 10 Storylines to Follow as the House Votes on Health Care

The Washington Post’s Daily 202 highlights a paper on the Paris Climate Treaty by Marlo Lewis and Chris Horner. 

As the White House continues to deliberate the future of the Paris climate agreement – considering whether to stay in the pact but renegotiate it in some form, or opt out entirely — groups on both sides have began publicly lobbying the president in hopes of influencing his decision. Juliet Eilperin reports: “The governors of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Minnesota, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and Washington state, all Democrats, sent a letter to Trump on Wednesday saying they ‘stand ready as state leaders to continue to support the achievement of the existing’ U.S. international climate commitment ‘and if possible to go further, faster.’ Meanwhile the libertarian Competitive Enterprise Institute published a paper laying out the legal and economic case for exiting the agreement, stating, ‘Failure to withdraw from the agreement would entrench a constitutionally damaging precedent, set President Trump’s domestic and foreign policies in conflict, and ensure decades of diplomatic blowback.’”

Read the full article at The Washington Post’s Daily 202