By Rich Heidorn Jr. and Michael Brooks WASHINGTON — FERC Commissioner Richard Glick on Thursday rejected Chairman Neil Chatterjee’s claim of a bipartisan "breakthrough" on the commission’s evaluation of LNG projects, joining with fellow Democrat Cheryl LaFleur to say the panel was still ignoring the projects’ impact on climate change.
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