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U.S. Senate Takes 'Historic' Action on Climate Change

After failing for decades, Democrats in the upper house of Congress passed legislation aimed at saving the environment. Why did it take so long? Though the Inflation Reduction Act still needs to pass the House and be signed by President Biden, approval by the Senate is seen as surprising. Read more on the struggle and what's included in the bill.

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    Why Did It Take Half a Century?

    Harris breaks 50-50 deadlock to advance landmark climate, tax, health bill
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    Harris breaks 50-50 deadlock to advance landmark climate, tax, health bill

    The Senate voted along party lines Saturday afternoon to advance a sweeping bill to reform the tax code, tackle climate change and lower the cost of …

    How the Inflation Reduction Act Combats Climate Change

    The US finally has a law to tackle climate change
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    The US finally has a law to tackle climate change

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