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Lawmakers should stick to facts

Members of the Kansas Legislature’s House Energy and Environment Committee on Thursday considered a resolution to ignore science.
According to the Associated Press, “The nonbinding resolution ... declares that the federal goals for addressing climate change are based on false assumptions about the role of carbon dioxide and human activity. Supporters of the resolution said they doubt that human-caused climate change even exists, despite a body of scientific research that suggests it does.”
Zack Pistora, a lobbyist from the Kansas Sierra Club, presented some facts:
“A search of peer-reviewed scientific articles on climate change show that only 24 of 13 ...

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