Nov 27, 2015

Clash for Obama on Climate Change Summit’s Eve - WSJ

Republicans in Congress are mounting a multifront attack on President Barack Obama’s climate-change agenda, seeking to weaken his position ahead of a Paris summit the president hopes will lead to a historic global agreement.

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