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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.
Conan Smith
Land Programs Director
Michigan Environmental Council
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