Senate Democrats are preparing to rehash a fight over solar panel tariffs they thought they had won last summer, when President Biden used his executive power to suspend tariffs on solar parts from Southeast Asia, Axios’ Hans Nichols reports.

Why it matters: Last summer’s showdown between solar panel importers and domestic producers pitted Democrats against each other and nearly froze solar panel projects across the country.

What we’re watching: A bipartisan push in the House to use the Congressional Review Act to undo Biden’s solar decision is threatening to reopen the wound.

  • A veto-proof CRA vote in both chambers would overrule Biden’s decision and potentially prevent the president from achieving some of the climate goals he envisioned in his Inflation Reduction Act.

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