Among the chief skeptics are U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and former Gov. Jeb Bush, both possible presidential candidates in 2016. Gov. Rick Scott, who is running for re-election, has worked with the Republican-controlled Legislature to dismantle Florida’s fledgling climate change initiatives. They were put into place by his predecessor and current opponent, Democrat Charlie Crist. - PBS Newshour - June 7th
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Deny, deny all you want Marco. We all know you have your head in the sand because we have our hands in our pocketbook.
Jeb Bush ain't no better in October it was said in ClimateProgress:
"Bush continued to waffle on climate change, saying that while the “Texas coastline is impacted by rising sea levels,” that “the question is whether or not that is man-made and I’ll leave that to the scientists.” "In Mid-October, he released a “Blueprint for a Better Coastal Economy.” It talks about protecting critical coastal infrastructure, fighting for funding and regulatory relief in Washington, and promoting the coastal economy. It fails to mention climate change."