Friday, June 26, 2009

Obama climate change bill passes in House

President Barack Obama pushed a climate change bill that passed narrowly on the House floor.

"I'm the first one to acknowledge that the United States over the last several years has not been where we need to be," Obama said at a White House news conference after meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

"Europe, in many ways over the last several years, has moved more rapidly than the United States on addressing this issue," Obama said.

"And I've been very blunt and frank with Chancellor Merkel that we are still working through creating the framework where we can help lead the international effort."

Merket has been a leader in addressing climate change in Europe.

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