GOP will use spiking gas prices against climate bill

Hooper, Molly K.; Snyder, Jim; Allen, Jared
May 2009
Hill;5/14/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 55, p1
The article reports on the plan of the Republican Party (GOP) to use the rising gas prices as their opportunity to debate on national energy tax against the climate change bill sponsored by the Democratic Party in the U.S.


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