Jul 27, 2015

Hillary Clinton unveils climate change policy, calls out GOP global warming deniers

In a new campaign video, Hillary Clinton calls out the Republican presidential candidates who deny "the settled science of climate change" and "would rather remind us they're not scientists than listen to those who are." The video is titled "Stand for Reality," and also includes two "ambitious national goals" that Clinton said she will implement on day one of her presidency: By the end of her...

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