To combat climate change, Rep. Rob Woodall wants to "bring capitalism to bear"



Georgia Republican Congressman Rob Woodall spoke to CBSN on Tuesday following a House Budget hearing focusing on the risks posed by climate change. Woodall told CBSN’s Reena Ninan about the hearing as well as why he hasn’t read the Mueller report.

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  1. The Poor

    Because of the "climate change" scam prevent the poor especially in Africa from getting reliable, affordable energy that would improve their lives.

  2. A big difference would be, giving the power back to the people. So we all can have our own vote as to how we wish to live our lives. Produce encrypted cellphones that we all can use to vote for what we want to see happen on our lands. Take the power away from those who's only interest is furthering there own agendas and not inspiring real change. dead by 2050

  3. Look at this pro-birth zealot. Toe the line, Woodall. Your reputation seems fine despite 70% of the country's population disagreeing with you.

  4. I'm sure the influence they built up was only online. They completely stopped using all of their previous tactics since the Cold War and just flipped to the internet.

  5. This guy lol So he admits he hasn't read the FULL report and yet he has an opinion? Kinda like not finishing the Whole book and thinking you know how it ends? hahaha

  6. Watts Bar 2 started supplying power in June of 2016, becoming the first nuclear power plant to be built in the U.S. in two decades. Overall, Watts Bar 2 was the result of 37 years of construction. The reactor was initially scheduled to be completed in 2013; delays pushed back the start date to 2015 and again to 2016. The initial cost was estimated to be $2.5 billion; the final cost, after a series of unanticipated hurdles, was $4.7 billion. The Vogtle plant in Georgia is currently the only nuclear plant under construction in the country. The plant has been under construction for a decade, even though it was supposed to be completed in 2016. As of this writing, the expected completion date is 2022. The initial cost of the Vogtle plant was supposed to be $14 billion. Today, it stands at $27 billion.

  7. If memory of this is correct . Issues referred to were , Nuc Testing in the mid 1960s , and the Southwest Dust Bowl 1937 . Much more attention on Russia involvement is needed.

  8. Sky is just another Republican shill for Trump. The Mueller report does not see there's absolutely no evidence of conspiracy that is a flat out lie it is a flat out lie.

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