President Joe Bidens climate ambitions will face a critical test on Monday as a major portion of the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill comes up for a vote. If it passes, the sprawling legislation will push the American economy to rein in its carbon emissions by spurring advancements in clean energy, electric vehicles, grid modernization, and more.

Source: House bill would eliminate natural gas power, impose sweeping changes on economy - Ars Technica

Natural gas electrical plants have been a huge part in moving off coal. It’s also how a lot of homes are heated in the winter. I’m for greener alternatives, but this will require a huge amount of changes.

If it means slowing climate change, it’s worth it.