US climate change legislation hits the fast track

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Reports claim climate change bill could clear next hurdle by end of the month

President Barack Obama might be keen for US drivers to take their pedal off the metal to curb carbon emissions, but when it comes to passing his climate change legislation the only option appears to be...

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