The Philadelphia Inquirer Steven Mufson and David A. Fahrenthold – Washington Post December 8, 2009 WASHINGTON – The Obama administration yesterday moved closer to issuing regulations on greenhouse gases, a step that would enable it to limit emissions across the economy even if Congress failed to enact climate legislation. The move, which coincided with the first day of the international climate summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, seemed timed to reassure delegates there that the United States was committed to reducing its emissions even if domestic legislation remained bogged down . . . http://www.philly.com/inquirer/front_page/20091208_EPA_takes_step_on_greenhouse_gases.html
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