By Andrew Stern CHICAGO, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Minnesota pushed ahead of other U.S. states seeking to combat climate change by enacting a requirement on Thursday that 25 percent of the state's power come from renewable sources by the year 2025. Minnesota is among several states from California to Maine demanding greater use of renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and biomass, and for caps on emissions that cause global warming. The Bush administration has opposed emissions caps ...
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