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  Posted on: Friday, August 28, 2009
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Utah governor says climate change debate not over
Source: TheStandard.net By Brock Vergakis

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Gary Herbert says he will host the first “legitimate” debate about whether humans contribute to global warming later this year, highlighting skepticism on the topic that is quickly coming to define his new administration. Despite widespread acceptance in the worldwide scientific community and in the U.S. government, the Republican says the debate over humans’ role in climate change is far from over.

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