Colorado's Climate Change Deniers

Meet Colorado's climate change deniers.

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Apr 25 2017, 3:49pm

Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO-03)

"Here in the state of Colorado as our tree rings demonstrate, we've had droughts long before there were very many people here."

Man-made climate change is an issue that, if acknowledged, would "divide America," Rep. Scott Tipton said.
[ThinkProgress]

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Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO-04)

"Sen. Inhofe was the first person to stand up and say this global warming is the greatest hoax that has been perpetrated. The evidence just keeps supporting his view, and more and more people's view, of what's going on."
[ThinkProgress]

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Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO-05)

"The federal government should not cripple our economy and burgeoning domestic energy industry with more onerous fees and regulations designed to curb the possibility of climate change hundreds of years in the future."
[Colorado Public Radio]

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Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO-06)

"Climate change is naturally occurring. What influence do we have over that, we certainly need to look into, but that's subject to debate."
[The Atlantic]

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Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO)

"Well, I've said all along climate is changing… This is an important issue and I don't think you can say yes or no. I believe climate is changing, but I disagree to the extent that's been in the news that man is changing…"
[MSNBC]

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