Behind Bush's About-Face on Emissions

The EPA is under pressure to address global warming. But the resulting legislation probably won't satisfy environmentalists
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There has a been pattern with George W. Bush and climate change. He promises action—but the details end up being major disappointments to those who believe action is needed. In his campaign, Bush came out in support of mandatory curbs on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, only to backtrack quickly after becoming President.

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