WASHINGTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) - A high-ranking U.S. Senate Democratic aide on Thursday said there are "concerns" that the Senate will vote to block the Environmental Protection Agency from issuing certain new global warming regulations. Later on Thursday, the Senate might vote on an amendment by Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski that would put a one-year moratorium on regulations that would reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from "stationary" sources, like power ...
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