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Election energizes climate bill talks

Kerry, bipartisan bloc discuss compromise

Scott Brown’s visit to Washington, where he will be John Kerry’s Senate colleague, coincided with a bipartisan effort by Kerry and other senators to revive global warming legislation. Scott Brown’s visit to Washington, where he will be John Kerry’s Senate colleague, coincided with a bipartisan effort by Kerry and other senators to revive global warming legislation. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / January 23, 2010

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Seeking to resuscitate stalled global warming legislation in Washington’s suddenly changed political climate, a bipartisan group of senators including John Kerry of Massachusetts has been conducting private talks this week with the White House and a key business group over an array of concessions sought by Republicans. (Full article: 970 words)

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