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How much is the federal government spending on climate change?

Erika Beras Sep 2, 2019
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How much is the federal government spending on climate change?

Erika Beras Sep 2, 2019
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As 10 Democratic presidential candidates prepare for a seven-hour town hall on climate change to be carried live on CNN, we look into what the federal government is currently investing in climate change.

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