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Obama gets tough on climate, tells Congress to act or he will

President Obama warned Congress that it must tackle "dangerous carbon pollution" in a pointed State of the Union address describing Superstorm Sandy and other natural disasters as no "freak coincidence." The speech establishes a clear turning point for a president who treated climate change tentatively during a re-election campaign that featured a rare autumn hurricane with record storm surges and a blistering drought -- all coming during the nation's warmest year. It also accelerates the momentum on the issue that Obama began three weeks ago in his inaugural address, according to observers.


Sen. Rubio responds that 'government can't control the weather'

Sen. Marco Rubio, Florida's rising Republican counterweight to President Obama's middle-class appeal, challenged the president's climate and energy policies head-on last night, couching the White House's regulatory posture on carbon dioxide as a job-killing strategy that undermines the security of ordinary Americans.


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