Climate

Center for Responsive Politics
Senators who voted to push through development of the Keystone XL pipeline today have received, on average, $570,034 in contributions to their campaigns and leadership PACs from the oil and gas industry over the course of their careers. The 35 senators who voted against bill have received, on average, just $78,641 from the industry. The Obama...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Marking a major—and likely symbolic—victory for Republicans on Capitol Hill,...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
"The quest for bioenergy at a meaningful scale is both unrealistic and...

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With no formal announcement, the GOP has decided to remove the words "civil rights and human rights" from the former Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights to focus on what chair John Cornyn of Texas calls their "sacred responsibility" to serve as "a watchdog against unconstitutional overreach" by the Kenyan Marxist Obama rather than get distracted by all this "civil rights" nonsense they've already taken care of thank you very much. It could be a long two years.