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Okla. Senate race a study in climate extremes

Democratic claims that climate change and alternative energy development are pre-eminent topics for voters will be put to the test this fall in one of the "reddest" states in the nation, as a relatively little-known challenger hopes to use those issues to topple Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Capitol Hill's most ardent critic of climate change legislation.


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