WASHINGTON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - White House climate change adviser Carol Browner will step down in coming weeks, Obama administration sources said on Monday. Browner's departure, first reported by Politico, is the latest in a number of staff changes at the While House after President Barack Obama completed the first two years of his presidency. Obama entered the White House with an ambitious climate change agenda but has been unable to advance legislation that he campaigned on in 2008 or ...
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