The pending senate vote on the Lieberman-Warner climate change bill is producing outpour of support as well as disapproval across the board.
According to ICIS News (I apologize for those who don't have the subscription for the service) , President Bush reportedly warned the Congress on the potential costs of the bill on the US economy and ultimately to consumers. Bush said he would veto the measure.
The US chemical industry is generally opposed to the bill. Check out this recent interview of the American Chemistry Council's Jack Gerard regarding his take on the pending policy.
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