What Are Republican Going to Do Climate Change?

Christian Science Monitor: When it comes to energy and climate politics, things are heating up on the Senate floor. Debate over amendments to the Senate bill approving the Keystone XL pipeline forced Republicans to put their views on climate change on the record Wednesday, and those votes could have reverberations in this congress and the 2016 presidential race. Other amendments – from boosting offshore drilling to expediting permitting – signal the broader energy issues that pique the interest of the new Senate. In......

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