Congress must acknowledge truth of climate change

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More than 250 young adults from across the country were just in Washington to call  for bipartisan action on climate change. Congress has a moral obligation to join so many others in protecting our earth for present and future generations. Leaders in the military, corporate, and agricultural sectors also believe we must address climate change. Let’s not allow the partisan politics of today to damage, beyond repair, the lives of my future children and our community. Congress must acknowledge the science and realities of climate change in order to begin crafting bipartisan national solutions.

Aurora Insurriaga, East Side

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