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Ben Geman

Energy and Environment Correspondent

bgeman@nationaljournal.com

Ben Geman is a National Journal Energy and Environment Correspondent, and has nearly a decade of experience on the beat.

Before joining National Journal he spent four years as an energy correspondent for The Hill, where he helped launch the paper's energy blog.

From 2004-2009, Ben was a reporter for Environment & Energy Publishing, writing for Greenwire and other E&E newsletters.

Ben also worked at the newsletter Inside EPA, and before moving to Washington, D.C. in 2002 he wrote for several Boston-area newspapers, including the Boston Phoenix.

Latest From Ben Geman

Hillary Clinton's Favorite Budget Amendments

No, she hasn't actually waded into the Senate debate. But her campaign will be happy to see some potential GOP foes cast these votes.

Ted Cruz and Rand Paul Team Up to Cut Enviro Funding

The two 2016 hopefuls are pushing a budget amendment together.

The Biggest Winners in Senate Budget Votes? Political Operatives.

A cascade of amendments won't affect policy, but they'll be part of 2016 political campaigns.

Clinton Email Probe Means Political Tightrope for House GOP

House Republicans probing the Benghazi attacks have a politically delicate task that goes well beyond investigating the 2012 incident that claimed the lives of four Americans. They have to make cl...

Obama Administration Unveils Controversial Fracking Standards

GOP Senators waste no time introducing bill to block the rules. 

McConnell: No Trafficking Bill, No Lynch Vote

Republicans say they won't bring the attorney general up for confirmation until Democrats relent.

Republicans Push Climate Change Cuts at CIA, Defense Department

House Republicans want to eliminate climate research.

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