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06.03.07

Texas On Top of the World

According to an Associate Press Review, Texas is on top when it comes to the nation's biggest carbon polluters. 

Texas produced 670,000,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions back in 2003. 

That amounts to more than every nation in the world, except the United States, China, Russia, Japan, India and Germany.

Wyoming is also at the top with Texas.  Oklahoma ranks 21st nationally.

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