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White House tamps down expectations for climate legislation

Basking in praise from environmentalists because President Obama shined a spotlight on climate change in his inaugural address, the White House today sought to avoid raising expectations about specific new legislation aimed at curbing global warming. "I'm not going to speculate for you about future actions," White House spokesman Jay Carney said when asked about how Obama intends to follow up on climate change comments.

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