So Brad Wall says that his government is taking climate change seriously? But what is telling Washington?
So he admits that there is a problem on the climate change front, but he doen't think we should do anything about it.
Wall, unlike Inhofe, is no flat-earther. He accepts the science and recognizes a climate law of some kind is inevitable.But he's here to tell Washington "we need to rag the puck a bit" so that "cap-and-trade doesn't end up taking a pipe wrench to the parts of our economy that are still comparatively strong ..."