Lieberman Warner Climate Security Act, which would have introduced a carbon cap-and-trade regime across a wide swath of the US economy, failed to gain sufficient support in the US Senate to move forward for a vote and was withdrawn from consideration Friday. President Bush had said he would veto the bill and it faced uncertain prospects in the House of Representatives. US airlines strongly opposed the proposed law, which would have required them to purchase so-called emissions allowances ...

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