Snyder, Jim
June 2007
Hill;6/27/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 78, p3
The article reports on the radio advertisements in the U.S., as paid by MoveOn, depicting Michigan Representative John Dingell as a dinosaur due to his views on global warming. Political campaign director Ilyse Hogue states that the dinosaur comparison was aimed at the energy bill which Dingell helped to write as Energy and Commerce Committee chairman. Dingell said that he plans to undertake fuel-efficiency standards and greenhouse emissions as part of global warming bill.


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