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|Thursday, June 25, 2009|
After failing to pass a carbon cap law targeting major polluters, the Oregon Senate just passed a bill that would require fuel companies to reduce carbon in gas and diesel by 10 percent over the next decade.
Read the full article from The Associated Press at Oregonlive.com.
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