Climate change debate heats up in Delaware

Tea partiers call for an investigation of Delaware’s Department Natural Resources and Environmental Control chief.

DelawareOnline.com reports:

The debate over global warming got hot during a legislative budget review for Delaware’s Department Natural Resources and Environmental Control on Wednesday, when climate change skeptics called for a showdown vote on plans for a new Division of Climate and Energy…

“I do not think that the Office of Climate and Energy should be established, and further, I’m requesting that the regulatory overreach of his office be investigated,” said John Nichols, a citizen activist and First State Patriots member who has opposed Delaware’s involvement in greenhouse gas “cap-and-trade” programs.

Nichols pointed out that Snyder was reported recently urging participants at an environmental group summit last week to attend the budget hearing Wednesday, to counter critics of the administration’s environmental priorities.

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