Sen. Kerry and Rep. Inslee Join Conservation Groups in Lawsuit Against the Bush Administration

Has John Kerry been inspired by James Brown? The Senator is hammering on so many issues right now, he may be the hardest working man in Washington. Here is an exerpt from the Environmental News Network and the Center for Biological Diversity about the amicus brief supporting a lawsuit against the Bush Administration for being two years late on its global warming “homework.”

Senator John Kerry (D-MA) and Representative Jay Inslee (D-WA) joined conservation groups today, filing an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit against the Bush administration for its failure to issue a legally required National Assessment of climate change impacts on the United States, now two years overdue. The members of Congress filed the brief in Center for Biological Diversity, Friends of the Earth, and Greenpeace, Inc. v. Brennan, et al. (Case No. 06-CV-7062 (SBA) (N.D. Cal.)), a lawsuit calling on the administration to comply with the Global Change Research Act of 1990. The court filing comes a day after the Senate Commerce Committee heard testimony regarding the suppression of climate science by the administration.

Isn’t it great to see our “Unitary (or is it Unitarian?) President held accountable?

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2 Responses to Sen. Kerry and Rep. Inslee Join Conservation Groups in Lawsuit Against the Bush Administration

  1. John

    LOL! I have to agree, he is truly the hardest working man in Washington! Leading the pack and light years ahead of them all.

  2. mbk says:

    Kerry is doing great things right now. Every day seems to bring news of another great speech, another piece of long-needed legislation, another great initiative. Kudos.