Kerry: Climate bill may pass in Senate, international accord may not

07/2/2009 | Bloomberg

Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., says the Senate may pass a climate bill but will likely fall short of the 67 votes needed to approve an international agreement committing the U.S. to global emissions goals. "We may be able to pass something that puts America on track to accomplish our set of goals," Kerry said. "But we may pass it with 60 votes, or 61 or whatever, and that's not 67."

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