Lawmakers leave global warming provision out of greenhouse gas permit bill
A proposal to shift permitting for emissions of greenhouse gases from the federal Environmental Protection Agency to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality won preliminary approval in the House, but lawmakers agreed to leave out climate change and global warming language.
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#1 Apr 19, 2013
But the bill also removed wording from state law that’s been in place since 1991 that says state officials should be allowed to control air contaminants if necessary to protect against the adverse effects of “climatic changes, including global warming.”
So did they agree that it is all scientific science fiction?
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