Monday, February 22, 2010

Conserving America

The League of Conservation Voters has published the 2009 National Environmental Scorecard grading our dear Senators and Representatives for the first session of the 111th Congress, as well as providing us with the grades each congresscritter received in past years.  Michigan's 10th Congressional District's own Candice Miller (R-MI) has a grade of 50% for the first session of the 111th Congress.  Mrs. Miller earned scores of 27% (110th Congress), 13% (109th Congress), and  6% (108th Congress) in her previous evaluations.  Hmmm, at least it would seem that after nearly 4 terms in Congress, Candice Miller has slowly been learning about how important it is to understand the key issues:

such as public lands, water quantity and quality, forest management, offshore drilling, wildlife conservation at home and abroad, chemical security and population.

Yes.  All children can learn.  Mrs. Miller is learning slowly, but learning nevertheless.

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