Extreme weather comes to Congress and the nation

ClimateWire: As the second Arctic blast in two weeks began to cover the South with a blanket of ice and snow, more politicians were beginning to wonder what governments can't do to better protect citizens against unusual weather. Yesterday morning at a Washington, D.C., hearing, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) indicated he might not believe in climate change. But that didn't stop him from supporting efforts to cool down the construction of coastal homes in a period when more of them are at risk from storms and rising......

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