Zachary Coile

Reporter, San Francisco Chronicle

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Reporter for the Washington Bureau of the San Francisco Chronicle

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President Obama today reversed former President Bush and ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to  speed up the process  of reducing greenhouse gases emitted by cars and trucks.

Obama Directs EPA to Review Fuel Standards

President Obama today reversed former President Bush and ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to speed up the process of reducing greenhouse gases emitted by cars and trucks.

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Yesterday, President Bush signed the  energy bill , saying it would help deal with climate change.

EPA Blocks California Bid to Limit Emissions from Cars

Yesterday, President Bush signed the energy bill , saying it would help deal with climate change.

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In Washington, House Democrats have written a first draft of new energy legislation that would eliminate California's landmark global warming law.

Are House Democrats Derailing California’s Global Warming Law?

In Washington, House Democrats have written a first draft of new energy legislation that would eliminate California's landmark global warming law.

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