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President Bush has asked Congress to send him a comprehensive energy bill before the August recess, and this week the Senate is tackling the task. Diane and her guests get the latest from the Capitol Hill debate over issues like oil drilling, conservation, and climate change.
- Kirk Johnson Executive director of the environmental affairs unit, National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn.
- Stephanie Cohen Reporter with Dow Jones Marketwatch
- Jeremy Symons Director of the National Wildlife Federation’s Global Warming Campaign
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