'N.Y. Times' : EPA Report Omitted Global Warming Data

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The New York Times reports that the Bush administration edited out information on the effects of global warming from an upcoming Environmental Protection Agency study. The tone of the edited document puts more emphasis on uncertainties about climate change. Hear New York Times environmental reporter Andrew Revkin.



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