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Human impact on climate change up for debate — Pruitt

President-elect Donald Trump's pick to lead U.S. EPA, Scott Pruitt, told lawmakers today that he won't try to dismantle the agency that he says has a "very valuable role." And while the Oklahoma Republican attorney general professed a belief in climate change, he said the question of whether humans are spurring warming is "subject to continuing debate."

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