Washington, DC (April 10, 2007)- Senator John Kerry (D-MA) and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) met in Washington to debate climate change. Many expecting a verbal altercation instead witnessed a consensus regarding the existence of global warming, although there was some disagreement on solutions to the problem.
While Gingrich asserted that proper credits and incentives would best unleash the market’s entrepreneurial spirit, Kerry proclaimed an economy-wide cap-and-trade approach would provide the structure businesses need to craft a proper response to such a pressing crisis.
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U.S. Senator John F. Kerry