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In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, H. Sterling Burnett, managing editor of Environment & Climate News speaks with State Rep. Mike Kuglitsch, a businessman and two term state rep who chairs the energy and utility committee. Rep. Kuglitsch joins Burnett to discuss his efforts in fighting federal environmental regulations at a state level.
Kuglitsch discussed how attending ICCC-10 armed him with the facts necessary to defeat false climate alarmists claims, the efforts the Wisconsin legislature is taking to ensure outside environmental groups are unable to use local zoning boards or city councils to ban frac sand mining and the threat facing Wisconsin’s energy sector and the economy from what Mike considers to be unconstitutional federal overreach with the EPA’s clean power plan at its new Waters of the United States rules.