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Senate Democrats Introduce Climate Change Bills
9:24 AM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Kara Sissell
Senate Democrats have introduce two separate pieces of legislation that would impose the first-ever controls on U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Both bills, one by Senator Jeff Bingaman (D., NM) and another by Harry Reid (D., NV), are “marker” bills that lawmakers introduced to generate legislative action on climate change. No hearings or votes on the bills had been scheduled at CW press time, however. Mandatory cuts? Bills would impose first-ever controls. Reid’s National Energy and Environmental Security Act of 2007 contains few specifics, but...
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