Iowans stand up for National Action on Climate Change in Sioux City
Iowans across the state are taking national action to fight climate change. Friday, February 15th, they are delivering letters to Congressional offices in at least 10 cities, including Sioux City. That event is planned for 11:00 a.m. at Senator Harkin's Office in the Federal Building at 320 6th Street.
"After billions of dollars in climate-related disasters just in Iowa, we need Congress to take action this year," said State Senator Rob Hogg of Cedar Rapids, one of the coordinators of this event. "A do-something Congress would do something about climate change. This matters to all Iowans."
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