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In this opinion piece, Andrew Revkin of the New York Times previews the Kerry-Graham-Lieberman bill due for submission today. Rivkin asks 3 pivotal questions: Can it pass? Will it succeed? And, Will it matter? Promising a full analysis later, he finds some hope in the urgency caused by the Gulf oil spill.

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