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Arizona is now close to becoming the first state to outlaw climate change legislation. The state Senate voted Monday, 19-10 to approve a bill banning the Department of Environmental Quality from enacting or enforcing measures with language pertaining to climate change. The bill is now awaiting House approval.
A passage could also give the state means to challenge the federal government in court over the proposed Waxman-Markey bill, which would put over $1,600 in yearly costs on American citizens to cut carbon emissions. The legislation, which has also received criticism for potentially hurting farmers, is currently making its way through a Democrat controlled House and Senate, awaiting Barack Obama's approval.
We need to see more states doing it. Fck Obama CRAP and TRAITOR BILL!
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I hope to see more states fight to prevent the federal government from infringing on their rights.
That is so awesome. The Feds have laid down on their responsibility to guard our borders and states like mine, CA, have to bear the burden; it's phenomenal to see states standing up for themselves and showing Uncle Sam the middle finger.