SIX MORE LAWMAKERS SIGN "CLEAN MONEY FOR CLIMATE PLEDGE"
In the two and a half weeks since Primary Day, six more state lawmakers have agreed to reject campaign contributions from individuals associated with energy companies placed by activists on a list of "top ten climate-disrupting corporations."
Advocacy network 350 Mass Action announced on Tuesday they have gathered a total 50 signatures since they began approaching candidates in August.
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