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For fence sitters, everything's in play

The fate of comprehensive energy and climate legislation rests in the hands of about 30 senators. The list includes coal and Rust Belt Democrats, Westerners and moderate Republicans. They bring several high-profile issues to the forefront that, if satisfied, offers several potential paths to the bill's lead authors looking for the magic 60 votes.


Swing-vote senators headed to White House for energy bill talks

President Obama will make a direct pitch today to pass global warming and energy legislation during a White House meeting with a select group of swing-vote Democratic and Republican senators. The White House meeting marks Obama's first formal attempt to break the Senate's logjam on energy and climate legislation.


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