The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee passed climate change legislation by an 11-1 vote on Nov.
What does SEPWC stand for?
SEPWC stands for Senate Environment and Public Works Committee
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As new chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, he unseated Independent Jim Jeffords--an environmental champion who advanced legislation to curb global warming.
These include Senators John McCain (R-Arizona), chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, who launched a full-scale investigation into the science behind global warming on 17 May 2000, and Bob Smith (R-New Hampshire), the new chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, who is attempting to forge consensus around an incentive-based utility emissions reduction bill that addresses greenhouse gases.
It's all a tempest in a teapot," argues Richard Innes, an aide to the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, which issued the proposed amendment.