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Obama administration seeks to bypass Senate on climate deal

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The Obama administration's strategy for inking a climate change deal would involve voluntary pledges and binding commitments from a 1992 treaty that wouldn't require Senate ratification, according to a report. That the White House was searching for a way around a Senate that was unlikely to approve an international climate pact by the necessary two-thirds majority wasn't much of a secret....

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