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Where Do Your Members of Congress Stand on Climate Change?

09 Aug 2013  |   Hannah Blatt

Gene Karpinski, President of the League of Conservation Voters, wrote a new blog on Huffington Post about holding members of Congress accountable for their extreme anti-science views while they’re in their districts during the August recess:  

For far too long, elected officials have been able to sweep their extreme anti-science positions under the rug hoping their constituents won't notice. But the effects of climate change are harder than ever to ignore, and the American people are tired of leaders in Washington ignoring facts and standing in the way of action. It's time we call them out on their extreme views. 

That's why we're devoting this month to holding members of Congress accountable for their extreme views while they're home in their districts during the August recess. We're joining in a nationwide Day of Action on Aug. 13 to shine a light on their denial of basic science and push for action on climate. 

Click here to read Gene’s entire blog post on the Huffington Post.



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