Collins receives poor marks in environmental scorecard, King dinged by advocates for opposing tribal rights

“King, an independent who caucuses with the Democrats and is up for reelection in 2024, received a 96% mark in the scorecard. Meil called King a ‘champion’ on climate matters, with the senator supporting the Inflation Reduction Act and opposing bills that would have struck climate funding for the Environmental Protection Agency and undermined core environmental regulations.

However, the group criticized King for his stance on tribal rights — specifically around a bill sponsored by Rep. Jared Golden that the Wabanaki Tribes had asked for last year to adjust the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act of 1980.”

See Full Article At The Maine Beacon