MassLive: Massachusetts lawmakers earn high marks on League of Conservation Voters' National Environmental Scorecard
All 11 members of Massachusetts' congressional delegation received high marks for their votes on environment-related policies in 2017 -- ranking the state among the top in the country on such issues, the League of Conservation Voters announced this week.
In the Senate, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren was among more than two dozen Democrats who earned a perfect score of 100 percent for their "pro-environment action" in 2017, according to the LCV scorecard.
The representatives' scores helped Massachusetts' House delegation rank second in the country behind Rhode Island on environmental issues. It tied Delaware, New Hampshire and Vermont with an average score of 97 percent.
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By: Shannon Young
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