By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Dozens of U.S. senators -- including leading 2008 presidential contenders from both major parties -- met on Tuesday to swap proposals that could spur the country's first-ever mandatory caps on greenhouse gases. "We need to cap and eventually significantly reduce our greenhouse gas emissions," said Sen. Barbara Boxer, a California Democrat who chairs the Senate Environment Committee. Efforts to limit emissions of U.S. heat-trapping gases ...
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