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White House Meeting Next Week May Determine Fate of Energy/Climate Bill

The climate bill remained in the Senate's version of limbo yesterday after Democrats emerged from closed-door negotiations without any clear consensus on what version of the legislation -- or blend of the different options -- they should rally behind.

The all-hands-on deck meeting of the Senate Democrats was designed to help illuminate the way forward for what should be included in the package of climate and energy legislation Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) plans to bring to the floor next month, but members attempting to thrash out what the bill should like did not get any closer to refining the final recipe for the bill.

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