(Salem, OR) -- Oregon's landmark climate bill is likely dead in the water as Republicans continue their now week-long walkout aimed at blocking a vote on the legislation. The Oregon Senate President said yesterday there aren't enough votes for the climate bill to pass. Senate President Peter Courtney said the announcement is not a strategy to get Republicans to return for a vote but suggested that some Democrats have changed their minds. The bill puts a cap on gas emissions. All eleven Republican state senators walked out of the state Capitol last week and remain missing in action, with many in hiding out of state.