This megalopolis just endured its hottest June since records started in 1872, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. So did Miami. Atlanta suffered its second-hottest June, and Dallas had its third hottest.
In Fresh York, the weather was relatively pleasant: only the fourth-hottest June since 1872. Then again, Fresh York is on pace for its hottest July on record.
Yet when United States senators and their aides file into employment on Wednesday, on yet another 90-degree day, they may be on the verge of deciding to do approximately nothing about global warming. The needed 60 votes don’t seem to be there, at least not at the moment.
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