(Adds EPA letter, details throughout) By Richard Cowan WASHINGTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) - A high-ranking U.S. Senate Democratic aide on Thursday said Democratic leaders have concerns that senators will vote to block the Environmental Protection Agency from issuing certain new global warming regulations. Senate Democrats are worried that any move to delay EPA regulations would be a serious blow to Obama administration attempts to begin bringing down carbon dioxide emissions that are blamed ...
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