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

Scott H. Segal on KCRW

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.

Is Bush's Promise of Global Warming Talks Too Late?

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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