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Sens. Tom Carper, John Cornyn: U.S. must reengage with Asian trade partners

The Biden administration must reengage in the Asia-Pacific region by striking multilateral trade deals, a bipartisan group of lawmakers said Thursday, arguing U.S. withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership in January 2017 was “misguided” and emboldened China. Sen. Tom Carper, Delaware Democrat, and Sen. John Cornyn, Texas Republican, made the plea...
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Sen. Tom Carper Announces $3.8M Grant Award to La Red Medical Center in Georgetown

GEORGETOWN, Del.--Senator Tom Carper showed out at La Red Medical Center in Georgetown early Tuesday morning to announce that a $3.8 million grant was awarded to the center. "This one had its start in 2000, as a baby if you will and that has grown up remarkably now," said Sen. Carper. "And I want to say like six sites, is that right...? Six sites throughout Sussex County, Sussex County is probably one of the biggest counties in the country."
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Senator Tom Carper Proposes EPA Adopt Plan Ending Gas Vehicle Sales By 2035

Senator Tom Carper (D-Del.) is urging the U.S. to follow more progressive anti-pollution standards by aiming to end sales of new gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035. Carper, who chairs the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday saying the administration should follow the standards of a deal brokered between California and automakers to achieve Biden's plan of slashing America's greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030.
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Sen. Tom Carper Says USPS Should Buy More Electric Vehicles

[Ensure you have all the info you need in these unprecedented times. Subscribe now.]. The U.S. Postal Service should include more electric vehicles in its new fleet than it first envisioned when it awarded a $6 billion contract to Oshkosh Corp., a U.S. senator told nominees to the service’s board.
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