House Democrats introduce climate bill a day after Senate rejects Green New Deal

House Democrats introduce climate bill a day after Senate rejects Green New Deal

A day after the Senate rejected the Green New Deal, House Democrats introduced a new bill to address global warming. The new bill, the Climate Action Now Act, focuses more narrowly on reducing carbon emissions and ensuring that the US honors the Paris climate agreement.

KCooper
KCooper
JayDin McCoy
JayDin McCoy 1 year

Yeah because it worked so well in Pairs

Hannibal
Hannibal 1 year

Everyone signed the Paris Accords and no one followed any of its provisions. We need to stop being the shiny object generation.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 year

Well looky looky another disposable piece of paper that won't pass in the Senate and in which almost every Democrat will vote present because they don't even have the balls to say yes on the record.

Coeus
Coeus 1 year

Aha! I see... propose something so dumb that even the sponsors are embarrassed. After that idea is shovelled into a manure pit, propose something slightly less asinine in the hope that people go 'Well, that's not as moronic as the last idea... let's give it a whirl...'

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