Senate panel OKs climate change bill

McGowan, Elizabeth
November 2007
Waste News;11/12/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 14, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that a seven-member U.S. Senate panel chaired by Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, voted 4-3 to move U.S. Climate Security Act forward to the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Committee chairperson Senator Barbara Boxer wants the bill to advance to the Senate floor by the end of 2007. The bill, which aims to tame carbon dioxide and five other planet-warming gases, has undergone several facelifts since its early August 2007 debut.


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