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The Paris Climate Agreement is great for China. But it's terrible for America. - Tom Cotton, on Twitter, 2020
Climate change is real, but the proposals put forward by Democrats, like the Green New Deal, are fiction. The reality is, America is already a global leader in pursuing cleaner production of energy and reducing carbon emissions–to the tune of approximately 10% over the past decade. Addressing climate change should include investing in longer battery life technologies, lowering barriers for solar cell innovation, and pursuing cleaner more cost-effective methods to use nuclear energy. I believe that we need to continue pursuing an 'all of the above' energy strategy that leads to a cleaner, less carbon dependent future without forcing Arkansas families to bear the burden of the flawed Paris Climate Accord. - French Hill House website, 2019
The climate changes — it has throughout history. The real debate is who or what is causing it? - Steve Womack, 2018, in email response to Southwest Times Record
We support strategies that take action against harmful emissions without disrupting the economy and burdening hard-working Americans with new taxes and mandates. By being good stewards of the environment and advancing an all-of-the-above energy plan, we can support productivity and sustainability for the future. - Steve Womack, 2019, House Budget Committee Hearing
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