Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Congress Seeks Your Input on Global Warming Solutions

In today's mail, from Barbara Boxer:

Last year, I promised you that if the voters placed Democrats in charge of the Senate we would see a new agenda in Washington. Instead of sweeping issues like Iraq and global warming under the rug, we would shine the spotlight on them and demand a new direction for our country.

My friends, our day has come. Today, in one of my first acts as chair of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, I am holding a hearing on the most important environmental problem of our generation -- global warming. This is the difference an election makes -- the difference between a Congress in denial about climate change and one willing to confront it head on.

Many of my colleagues will be testifying before my committee today, offering their opinions about the best way Congress can act to tackle global warming. But I want to hear from you, too.


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