Gulf oil spill and the political spillover in the Senate energy debate

Christian Science Monitor: At first, the Gulf oil spill was seen as a wake-up call for the United States to finally pass a climate-change law. The images of black goo washing up on beaches would be enough to persuade Americans to kick their fossil-fuel habit. Bu nearly two months after the BP spill began spewing petroleum, it hasn't turned out that way. Key senators from states that rely heavily on jobs related to both offshore oil and coal continue to block bills that would push the US – the largest ......

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