WATCHING GOVERNMENT THE NEW LOOK IN CONGRESS

With Patrick Crow from Washington, D.C . The sweeping Republican party victory in U.S. midterm elections last week won't translate into sweeping energy and environmental legislative reforms in the next Congress. But those who work on Washington's Capitol Hill face revolutionary changes. Democrats held a 256-178 majority in the House before the election (one seat was independent), and now Republicans have a 230-204 majority (again with one independent). They last controlled the House

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