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November 12, 2014 7:16 PM

U.S.-China climate deal is either a good start or a ‘non-binding charade’

As environmentalists and the White House celebrated a major agreement with China over combating climate change, Republicans on Capitol Hill immediately began attacking it, and even the president’s allies said more needed to be done.

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