The possibilities continue to grow that we might not have climate change legislation until the next Administration is in place. Rep. Boucher (D-VA) believes that legislation will eventually be completed, but he acknowledged that is more likely to happen under the next President. Part of the reason for the holdup this year is the Senate's inability to get to the 60 vote mark to block a filibuster led by Sen. Inhofe on Lieberman and Warner's legislation. It is in the best interest of industry that it be sooner rather than later according to Boucher. He said, "I have said continually that it's better to do it sooner rather than later for a variety of reasons. The sooner we write the rules, the sooner industry will know what it's required to do for [carbon dioxide] and the massive amount of investment in original and low-carbon emitting technologies."