Hardy rates a ‘zero’ on Environmental Scorecard

Associated Press | February 26, 2016

CARSON CITY — Nevada’s delegation in Washington, D.C., gets mixed results on the annual Environmental Scorecard, just released by the League of Conservation Voters, splitting down party lines.

The scorecard says Sen. Dean Heller voted “pro-environment” just eight percent of the time.

Democratic Representative Dina Titus got a 94 percent rating, whereas Republicans Joe Heck, Mark Amodei and Cresent Hardy got percentages of six, three and zero, respectively, for their records on the Clean Power Plan, Clean Water Act, Keystone Pipeline and public-lands initiatives.

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