Montague, Peter
June 2008
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;6/5/2008, Issue 962, p1
The article focuses on the debate of the U.S. Senate concerning the legislative bill that aims to address the global warming. The bill is co-sponsored by Hillary Clinton, John McCain and Barack Obama, and promoted by Democrat Barbara Boxer. It relates that the bill would develop a new public/private bureaucracy to control the emission of global warming gases and carbon dioxide.


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