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Mole's Progressive Democrat

The Progressive Democrat Newsletter grew out of the frustration of the 2004 election. Originally intended for New York City progressives, its readership is now national. For anyone who wants to be alerted by email whenever this newsletter is updated (usually weekly), please send your email address and let me know what state you live in (so I can keep track of my readership).

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  • Saturday, May 05, 2007

    Progressive Democrat Issue 120: NEW JERSEY FOCUS: Global Warming

    This comes from New Jersey Assmblywoman Linda Stender:

    Join Linda's Global Warming Panel Discussion!

    On Tuesday, May 8th, from 7-9 pm, I will be participating in a Global Warming panel at Edward Nash Hall at Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) in North Branch. Alan Robock, Professor of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers University, will join me as I address my position that human activity, specifically the burning of fossil fuels, is causing global warming and the importance of swift action to thwart its catastrophic effects.

    Assemblyman Michael Doherty of Warren and Hunterdon counties will be challenging the assertion that human actions have resulted in global warming. He will be joined by James M. Taylor, Managing Editor of Environment & Climate News and Senior Fellow for Environment Policy at the Heartland Institute.

    This panel is a great opportunity to discuss global climate change and what it means for residents here in New Jersey.

    The panel will begin with a brief statement made by each of the four panelists followed by a question and answer segment from audience members. Please join me and participate in this meaningful discussion!

    For questions or directions, feel free to contact Jennifer Mancuso in my office at (908) 668-1900 or by email at aswstender@njleg.org.



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