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Federal agencies stiff Congress on climate change spending information

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Fourteen federal agencies have spent at least $70 billion on climate change-related activities since 2005, but most refuse to tell Congress and taxpayers how the money is being spent. The actual amount may be much higher, according to the Congressional Research Service, because the data it obtained "likely represent[s] an underestimate of federal funding for the period, perhaps on the order of...

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