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— Officials converge in Madrid today to kick-off the two-week U.N. climate summit where they’ll negotiate the next steps of the Paris climate agreement.
— The Senate is expected to confirm Dan Brouillette today to replace Rick Perry as Energy secretary.
— William Ruckelshaus, the first-ever administrator of EPA, died last week at age 87.
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