By  on June 25, 2009

WASHINGTON — U.S. textile groups said Wednesday that a comprehensive climate change and energy bill the House is slated to take up as early as Friday could lead to substantially higher operating costs, putting domestic producers at a disadvantage against global competitors.

The climate change bill is a chief pillar of President Obama’s agenda and he ramped up an intense lobbying effort this week to garner lawmakers’ support.

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