The Senate has been led by Mitch McConnell (R-KY) for 100 days, and it's hard to ignore the evidence that corporate interests are trumping public health and welfare when it comes to addressing climate change.
The EPA's proposed Clean Power Plan is a turning point for our nation in tackling climate change, yet Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has been advising states to forgo developing their own implementation plans.
At EPA's listening session regarding carbon pollution controls from existing power plants, Sr. Legislative Representative Sarah Saylor put herself in EPA’s shoes and did some real listening. It turns out the list of what may be lost and what must be protected by such a rule is not as short as we sometimes make it in the name of expediency.