Watching Government - After tomorrow

Climate change is not gone or forgotten as a US policy issue. The movie, "The Day After Tomorrow" has taken care of that for now. Granted, most polls suggest voters this election year are still more preoccupied about health care or terrorism than they are mulling the chances a future tsunami will topple over the Statue of Liberty. But that hasn't discouraged trade associations, academics, and government agencies from issuing a new crop of reports, studies, and analyses, giving journalists some light summer reading. Who else, one wonders, is even reading these tomes?As it turns out, lawmakers, or at least their staff people, are. Although no one expects this Congress to pass legislatio...

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