Jim DiPeso

Policy Director, Republicans for Environmental Protection

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Policy Director for Republicans for Environmental Protection, a grassroots, member-supported organization

Jim DiPeso on KCRW

Today was the day that Democrat John Kerry, Republican Lindsay Graham and Independent Joe Lieberman were set to introduce a new climate change bill in the Senate.

Climate Change, Immigration Reform and California

Today was the day that Democrat John Kerry, Republican Lindsay Graham and Independent Joe Lieberman were set to introduce a new climate change bill in the Senate.

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Fallout from  Arizona's new immigration law  has already reached the US Senate, where  Harry Reid  now say it's  time to deal  with what is, after all, a federal issue.

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Fallout from Arizona's new immigration law has already reached the US Senate, where Harry Reid now say it's time to deal with what is, after all, a federal issue.

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