Scott H. Segal

Head of Government Relations Section, Bracewell and Giuliani

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Head of the Government Relations Section at the Washington law firm of Bracewell and Giuliani, where he represents utilities on energy and environmental matters

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Whatever the President says tonight about global warming, the  Environmental Protection Agency  is the next House-Republican target after  healthcare reform .

Global Warming, the EPA and Republicans in Congress

Whatever the President says tonight about global warming, the Environmental Protection Agency is the next House-Republican target after healthcare reform .

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President Bush barely showed up for this week's  UN session on global warming , but he's conceded that human activities do contribute to climate change.

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