Climate conference kicks off in Madrid

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Quick Hits

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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