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Climate Change Debate Heats Up In The Tar Heel State

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Publication Date: June 2009

Publisher(s): National Institute on Money in State Politics (U.S.)

Author(s): Nicole Albertson-Nuanes

Topic: Environment (Environmental policy)
Politics (Campaigns, lobbying, and pressure groups)

Keywords: climate change; energy; coal; campaign donations

Coverage: North Carolina

Abstract:

As increasing numbers of constituents demand a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, legislators are responding by introducing an increasing number of bills to combat climate change. In North Carolina, lawmakers have taken a particular interest in legislation that regulates greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired boilers and motor vehicles. Legislators introduced seven bills in 2009 that would regulate these particularly potent emitters of air pollutants.

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