House Science Committee Chairman Rejects Climate Report
A White House report on climate change that urges action to combat drought, severe storms and temperatures, and sea level rise has stirred criticism among congressional Republicans.
A White House report on climate change that urges action to combat drought, severe storms and temperatures, and sea level rise stirred criticism among congressional Republicans, notably House Science Chairman Lamar Smith, R-San Antonio, who said that "there is little science to support any connection between climate change and more frequent or extreme storms." You can read the report here. (The Dallas Morning News)
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