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From Denis Romero
United States. Sen Dianne Feinstein, D-California, does not support the Green New Course, and she was not ashamed to let a group that supports it know it ̵
A group of students visited the Senate on Friday in their office in San Francisco and urged her to join the renewable energy legislation. But the conversation quickly became a confrontation, and Fainstein was criticized online for the tone he took. The edited video of the 85-year-old lecturer, taught more than a dozen children, became viral on Friday. "We have a lot of money going to military," said the legislator's girl.
"I've been doing this for 30 years," Feinstein said. "I know what I'm doing, you come in here and say it's got to be on my way or on the highway, and I'm not answering that."
The Senator called the interaction on Friday "a lively discussion." 19659007] "Unfortunately, it was a brief meeting, but I want the children to understand that they have been heard loud and clear," she said. In this video, she sends helpers to get copies of an environmental bill she supports in the US Senate. "If you have a problem with her, you can let me know," she told the group.
From the Green New Course, Feynstein says, "Well the reasons I can not because there is no way to pay for
The children were organized by a group, the Sunrise Movement, which supports the House's legislation, which was introduced by Representative of the Republic of Alexandria Occasio-Cortez, DN.Y The House's legislation aims at net emissions of greenhouse gases and 100% renewable energy sources in the United States by 2030.