Study of climate change amended, moves ahead

World-Herald: A debate in the Legislature over global warming Tuesday didn't raise the temperature as high as expected. Lawmakers voted 35-0 to advance a bill that would spend up to $40,000 to create a report on the long-term impact of climate change on Nebraska's water and agricultural resources. “Climate change needs to be studied so that Nebraska's ag industry is not brought to its knees,” said State Sen. Ken Haar of Lincoln, who sponsored Legislative Bill 583. But the vote to advance the bill didn't come......

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