Sens. John Kerry, D-Mass., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., reaffirmed their commitment to passing a climate-change law this year. "In this area, the opportunity exists this year, in a bipartisan fashion, to get something," said Graham, adding that the climate bill "as it exists today" will not muster 60 votes. To do nothing, he said, would allow China to own "the most exciting economic opportunity of the 21st century -- the green economy."

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