Statements about Environment
"Congressman (Tom) Cotton is the only Arkansan in Congress -- Democrat or Republican -- to vote against disaster relief five times."
Says Iowa Senate candidate Joni Ernst "promises to shut down the Department of Education and abolish the EPA."
"It was Dan Sullivan who wrote a bill to cut Alaskans out of those decisions" about where they can hunt and fish.
New carbon regulations will increase electric bills by "$17 billion every year" and "potentially put an average of 224,000 more people out of work every year."
"Solar panels drain the sun’s energy."
Surface temperatures on Earth "have stabilized."
"Virtually no Republican" in Washington accepts climate change science.
Human activity is not "causing these dramatic changes to our climate."
"EPA officials have commended (Koch Industries) for our ‘commitment to a cleaner environment’ and called us ‘a model for other companies.’ "
Says he "forced Washington to open up the Arctic Ocean to oil drilling."
Says "Bill Clinton and George Bush both say build the Keystone XL."
Says Alaska Sen. Mark Begich "is on record supporting a carbon tax, even pushing Harry Reid to make it a priority."
"Over the past eight years, the United States has reduced our total carbon pollution more than any other nation on Earth."
"Only 3 percent of voters 18 to 34 don't believe that climate change is really happening."
"By using a little-known loophole ... Obama minions are allowing Nestle Company to export precious fresh water out of Lake Michigan."
"Eighty percent of the antibiotics in this country are fed to livestock."
Under the Endangered Species Act, "only 1 percent of the species that have been listed have actually been delisted."
"We are about halfway" to the president’s goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions and "about half of that is because of the substitution of natural gas for coal in the power sector."
Sen. Marco Rubio "refuses to accept the basic science" on climate change and is "a climate change denier."
The "most realistic estimates" for jobs created by Keystone XL are "maybe 2,000 jobs during the construction of the pipeline."
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