Climate bill not settling well with some senators
By Matt Wilson
Chattanooga Times Free Press
WASHINGTON — Senators from Tennessee and Georgia say there's not much that would warm them up to a bill that calls for a 20 percent cut in greenhouse gases by 2020.
"I am concerned that some in Congress and the administration are rushing to judgment on a cap-and-trade system to regulate carbon," said Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga. "Cap-and-trade will raise the cost of energy to all Georgians, especially those who rely on electric energy."