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Topic: U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce
Key points of the climate-energy bill before Congress
World's next big climate pact begins to take shape
The Monitor's View
Forecast for climate change bill: cloudy
Sweeping climate-energy bill clears first big hurdle in Congress
House fast-tracks major changes on energy and climate
Have your say about global warming
Obama gives lawmakers a budget plateful
Amid peanut scandal, Georgia moves to tighten its food-safety net
Capitol Hill feels Obama’s hand
Waxman unseats Dingell as House energy committee chair
Obama promises "new chapter" in climate leadership
Post-Ike gas shortage may take weeks to end
Congress rushes to fill oil speculation loophole
Senate warms to a climate policy
Bush sets greenhouse-gas emissions goal for 2025
U.S. nuclear plant safety checks system under fire
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