Obama and Romney engage in coal wars, as polls show mounting climate fears

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New poll shows over two-thirds of US voters now accept global warming is happening

President Obama is set to face a fresh wave of attacks over his coal and energy policy in key swings states as the election race enters its final straight, despite the results of a new poll showing mounting...

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