Eco-News Roundup: Tuesday November 3

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News from our other blogs on health, the environment, and climate.

Two-Faced: Did the White House ever really want a bipartisan healthcare bill?

Bluffing or Boasting?: Republicans threaten to boycott the climate bill’s markup.

Trick Knee: Medical device manufacturers face a big tax, but they’re not going down easy.

Welcome Visitor: ExxonMobil CEO has been a frequent visitor to the White House… why?

Facebook Foes: Chamber of Commerce gets slammed for climate stance on Facebook.

Dems Call Bluff: Sen. Boxer says climate bill will move, with or without GOP.

WWLBJD?: On healthcare reform, Jim Ridgeway wonders what would LBJ have done?

Rush Tactic: Repubs argue they’re not against reform, Dems are just “rushing it.”

Sympathy for the Devil: Pediatrics association cuts deal with Coca-Cola. ‘Nuff said.

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