July 1, 2013

Time's Ticking for Obama's Climate Agenda

Ron Brownstein, National Journal


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As President Obama reboots his campaign against climate change, his most formidable obstacle is no longer the coal industry or congressional Republicans. It’s the calendar. . .

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TAGGED: National Journal, Climate Change, Global Warming, U.S. Energy Policy, U.S. Environmental Policy, President Barack Obama

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