Kerry backs down on deadline for climate-change bill

10/27/2009 | EENews.net (subscription required)

Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., backed down from setting a deadline for the climate-change bill. "Every time we get into a deadline date or something, we wind up having to move it, for one reason or another that [is] legitimate, but everybody gets their hopes dashed because something's changed," said Kerry. He said the bill might see committee action before the Copenhagen meeting but thought the prospect of debate on it before then was slim.

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