Alabama congressional delegation ranked among the worst by League of Conservation Voters | al.com

Alabama congressional delegation ranked among the worst by League of Conservation Voters | al.com: The League of Conservation Voters focused on 35 votes from last year on issues such as offshore drilling, flood insurance, renewable energy, air pollution, endangered species and the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency. Members who voted what the group labeled as the "pro-environment" position most often scored the highest.
Alabama's average score in the U.S. House was 21 out of 100. Only 13 states, mostly in the western plains, scored lower.

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