Senators to Host Climate Change Slumber Party

Matt Vespa

A group of U.S. Senators is planning a slumber party to discuss climate change. So, bring your sleeping bags, pillows, and blankets because Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D- Rhode Island) told activists at Organizing for Action that these plans are a go! …

…Whitehouse said on the call that the event would begin on March 10. But his spokesman Seth Larson told HuffPost on Thursday that “the exact date and specific details have not yet been finalized and could be subject to change.” Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) will be organizing and leading that effort, Larson said.


Whitehouse also said that the members of the Climate Action Task Force are planning a rally at the Capitol in May, during which they will ask the public to deliver alarm clocks to lawmakers “to tell everyone that Congress needs to wake up on climate change.”…

…Whitehouse will have plenty of spooky stories to tell at the all-nighter, since he’s been delivering climate horror tales on the Senate floor every week that the Senate has been in session since April 2012…



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