Opposition to Energy-Rationing Bill Was Bi-partisan

by William Yeatman on June 14, 2008

After the Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act was defeated in the Senate, Senator Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) found comfort in the fact that “We had 46 Democrats for dealing with global warming.” Apparently, she was unaware of a letter released on June 6th by ten Democratic Senators stating they “cannot support final passage” of the Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act. That means that 20% of Senate Democrats opposed the leading cap-and-trade bill in Congress.

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