13 January 2010

About that Trip to Copenhagen

CBS News includes U.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, R-2nd, among several congressional Copenhagen climate summit attendees who took a spouse or other family member with them.

"As a perk, some took spouses, since they could snag an open seat on a military jet or share a room at no extra cost to taxpayers," the piece said. " We counted at least 101 Congress-related attendees. All for a summit that failed to deliver a global climate deal."

The Charleston Gazette's Coal Tattoo blog noted the piece earlier.

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