Senior Fellow James Taylor's written testimony submitted on February 13, 2014 to the Kansas House Energy & Environment committee on a resolution to oppose the Presiden't Climate Action Plan.
Testimony of James Taylor - Washington State Senate Energy, Environment & Telecommunications Committee
Heartland Senior Fellow for Environment Policy James Taylor testifies before the Washington Senate Energy, Environment, and Telecommunication committee during a January 2014 work session to discuss
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Prepared for the Washington State Senate