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GOP presidential hopefuls shift on global warming

This AP report documents the current and prior positions of the Republicans who have so far announced bids for their party’s presidential nomination.  Even those candidates who used to believe that global warming was real and potentially dangerous, and those who once took positions favoring action to reduce the impact of greenhouse gas emissions on the environment, now question both the science and the efficacy of taking action to reduce the rate of global warming. GR

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