“Passage of this resolution bets against American innovation. It would undermine these efforts and create deep uncertainty for American businesses and workers in the solar industry,” Biden wrote in a May 16 message to the House.
The president promised to veto the measure several weeks ago.
The bill, a joint resolution of disapproval, received bipartisan support in both the House and the Senate.
It targets a rule from the Commerce Department in September 2022.
Earlier that year, the commander-in-chief had declared an emergency over what he claimed was an urgent need for additional solar panels….