“It’s frustrating that national politics is taking one side or the other,” said Sen. Tony Hwang. “It’s not finding solutions.”
Hwang said this bill is an opportunity for nonprofits and municipalities to fund the work they’ve already been doing to address environmental concerns.
“Environmental consideration, climate change is overwhelmingly bipartisan,” Hwang said. “We have an important responsibility to leave our community, our natural habitat, to future generations. It’s a duty that we have to have.”
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