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United States Senate Representatives for Montana
The Paris Climate Agreement is a horrible deal for America. - Steve Daines
To suggest that it's human-caused is not a sound scientific conclusion. There is a human component, here, but I think it's important to recognize there are also natural trends, given the climate is always changing, it's never static, it's always increasing or decreasing. - Steve Daines, quoted by Bozeman Daily Chronicle
U.S. House of Representatives
The climate does change, the question is how much impact do humans have on it and how much impact can we have on it by dramatically imposing draconian restrictions on our businesses. I haven't seen enough evidence that by imposing draconian regulation on our business and our industries, and the cost would be transferred to the consumer, for the potential of possibly having a minuscule impact on the climate. - Matt Rosendale, 2018, quoted by Helena Independent Record
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