oiseda1 karma2019-08-06 16:02:11 UTC
earlier this year, senator feinstein kinda infamously dismissed sunrise movement protestors by saying, among other things, that the green new deal doesn't have the votes in the senate. i'm curious if you could provide a more detailed accounting of current and future (post-2020) senate calculus regarding climate legislation.
what dem senators could potentially cause roadblocks for popular climate provisions and what gop senators could potentially be brought around to supporting wide-sweeping reform? what incentives could potentially be offered to win these senators over?
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