Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., said the Kerry-Boxer climate-change bill in the Senate will receive only 25 votes. Inhofe also said it would be difficult for the Senate to muster enough votes to overturn the Environmental Protection Agency's finding that greenhouse gases pose a health hazard, but the situation could change with more Republicans in the chamber. "After the 2010 election, I guarantee we'll have the votes to do it," Inhofe added.

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