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story.lead_photo.caption U.S. Environmental Protection Agency officials (from left) Nick Hutson, Fred Thompson and Julia Miller listen to public testimony during a hearing on tougher pollution restrictions Tuesday in Atlanta. - Photo by AP / DAVID GOLDMAN

Failing to adequately reduce the carbon pollution that scientists say contributes to climate change could cost the U.S. economy $150 billion a year, according to an analysis by the White House Council of Economic Advisers released Tuesday.

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Print Headline: Report presses case for rule on carbon

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