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The Green Alliance: Remarks of Senator Tom Daschle to The Atlantic Partnership Breakfast

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The Green Alliance: Remarks of Senator Tom Daschle to The Atlantic Partnership Breakfast

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NEW YORK: Good morning.

This year marks the 140th anniversary of the transatlantic cable – the first time that messages could move quickly between the United States and Europe. One hundred and 40 years later, I would hope that we can get discussion of policy solutions to travel just as quickly. America could take a page from the European greenbook. Read More »

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