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Republican Senate environment committee chief John Barrasso on Tuesday blocked a Democratic effort to establish a select committee on climate change, saying it would undermine his panel’s jurisdiction.

“We don’t need another committee, we don’t need the Green New Deal,” Barrasso said, stopping Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s attempt to hold a vote on establishing the special climate committee on the Senate floor.

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Schumer had proposed the select committee as a way to end the partisan fights over the Green New Deal and come together in bipartisan fashion to address the climate issue.

Schumer argued for the panel ahead of a test vote on the progressive Green New Deal resolution on Tuesday afternoon. He had introduced a resolution establishing the select committee earlier this month, urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to schedule a stand-alone vote on the resolution.

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