HAPPY THURSDAY! Welcome to Overnight Energy, The Hill’s roundup of the latest energy and environment news. Please send tips and comments to Rebecca Beitsch at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter: @rebeccabeitsch. Reach Rachel Frazin at [email protected] or follow her on Twitter: @RachelFrazin.CLICK HERE to subscribe to our newsletter.ASKING FOR AN INVESTIGATION: Rep. Liz CheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn CheneyCongress overrides Trump veto for the first time Trump rips GOP leaders for allowing veto override This week: Trump’s grip on Hill allies faces test MORE (R-Wyo.) has asked the Justice Department to investigate some of the country’s leading environmental groups, arguing that Russian and China are attempting to influence U.S. policies through the groups. ADVERTISEMENTThe third-ranking House Republican, in a letter to Attorney General William BarrBill BarrSenate Democrats rebuke GOP colleagues who say they’ll oppose Electoral College results 11 Senate Republicans say they will oppose Electoral College results Wednesday Proud Boys to attend Jan. 6 DC rallies ‘incognito’ MORE this month, asserted that the interests of environmentalists align with those of foreign governments when it comes to energy policy. Her letter rehashed some old claims from Republicans that foreign countries have influenced these organizations, a charge the groups have firmly denied. “Environmental groups are major contributors… Read full this story
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