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Oil rig blast complicates push for energy and climate bill

The oil rig spilling oil in the Gulf of Mexico has further undermined the chances a climate bill will pass the Senate. One part of the bill would permit offshore oil drilling. Without more safeguards, this provision could now scuttle the bill. Some senators want bigger buffers, others more study.

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