Obama offers wide-ranging plan on climate change

President Barack Obama has presented a far-reaching plan for dealing with climate change that mainly uses executive power, rather than requiring congressional approval. He has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to draft regulations reducing carbon dioxide emitted by coal-fired power plants. The Keystone XL pipeline will be approved only if it doesn't lead to a "significant" increase in greenhouse gases, Obama says.

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