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How Obama And Romney Differ On Climate Change

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New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg announced Thursday he is endorsing President Obama, in large part because he believes Obama will do a better job addressing climate change. That phenomenon is on the minds of New Yorkers as they struggle to clean up from this week's devastating storm. Steve Inskeep speaks with NPR's Richard Harris about the science and politics of climate change.
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