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Climate change is a global scheme to redistribute wealth

Let's admit what the issue of climate change is really all about. It is nothing less than a global scheme to redistribute wealth. Russia, China, and India agreed to contribute nothing to a UN global fund as part of the unconstitutional Paris Accords and Obama agreed to contribute $3 billion dollars of your money immediately and approximately $100 billion over the next 10 years.
Source: 2018 Indiana Senatorial website MarkHurt.com , Oct 15, 2017

Cost-benefit analysis for measures affecting clean coal

Hurt strongly supports Indiana Senator Todd Young's regulatory reform efforts requiring a cost benefit analysis and an up or down vote on measures affecting clean coal, clean air and many other areas of our society. Hurt believes the US Congress has allowed its legislative functions to be unduly delegated to unelected staff at administrative agencies. Staff and appointed officials at agencies circumvent Congress, and through obtrusive regulations, increasingly bypassing elected representatives in carrying out unwise regulations and imposing hidden taxes. Hurt, as a constitutionalist, strongly believes in the separation of powers and the placement of legislative power in the legislative branch of government, not the executive.

On the issue of lawmaking, Hurt states: "America needs leadership that respects the US Constitution and the rule of law, not just in words, but in actions. We need a newfound respect for the separation of governmental powers, and for states' rights."

Source: 2018 Indiana Senate race website, MarkHurt.org , Mar 3, 2017

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