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Vol. 14, No. 17 Week of April 26, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


US Congress weighs global warming bill

EPA says April 17 it will use Clean Air Act to address 6 gases; congressional hearings begin on revolutionary environmental bill

Dina Cappiello

Associated Press Writer

The last time Congress passed major environmental laws, acid rain was destroying lakes and forests, polluted rivers were on fire and smog was choking people in some cities. The fallout from global warming, while subtle now, could eventually be even more dire. That prospect has Democrats pushing leg....

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First major recent law

Pent up demand

Issues now are subtle

US moves toward climate change rules

Six gases listed


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