Actually, a climate bill was already passed back in June.
It pretty much does everything a climate bill was meant to do: sets limitations on greenhouse emissions, sets up a lengthy and irritating process in order to obtain a permit to emit MORE than your allotted amount, and offers incentives to anyone who limits their emissions.
It also requires 17% drop in U.S. energy rates by 2020. If it is made into a law, which could be tricky, as it only passed by a 219 to 212 margin, revolutionize every aspect of energy’s production and usage.
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