Dec 13, 2015

Obama Praises 196-Country Climate Deal; Republicans Say Pact Not Legally Binding

While President Barack Obama Saturday hailed the ratification of a universal pact, signed by diplomats from 196 nations in Paris to slow global warming by adopting green energy sources and cutting down on emissions, Republicans responded by saying the United States is not legally bound to the agreement without approval by Congress.

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