POLITICS
02/25/2016 06:21 pm ET

Rubio And Cruz Took Anti-Environmental Stances On 100 Percent Of Key Votes In 2015

Congress’ annual environmental scorecard is out, and it doesn’t look good for Republican lawmakers and some presidential candidates.

The League of Conservation Voters’ National Environmental Scorecard gave House Republicans an average score of 3 percent, while Senate Republicans got just 5 percent. Republican Presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) both got scores of zero, as they issued what the report calls the “anti-environment vote” every time throughout 2015.

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