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E-M:/ GOP candidates could pay a price in 2002 for Bush's Environmental Actions



The White House "should be concerned about the environment as a symbol, rather than as an issue," Marshall Wittmann of the Hudson Institute says. "That's what Bush has to be worried about the image of being dominated by corporate special interests."
                 04/05/2001 - Updated 12:52 AM ET
                 Environmental backlash hits White House
 
                 By Mimi Hall, USA TODAY
 
WASHINGTON Environmentalists are airing radio ads attacking President Bush's policies. Democrats in Congress are planning anti-Bush rallies on Earth Day later this month. Prominent leaders and scientific thinkers from Jimmy Carter to Stephen Hawking are urging Bush to address global warming.
 
http://www.usatoday.com/news/washdc/2001-04-04-bushenviro.htm
 
 
 
 
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