Dianne Feinstein championed the environment. On California water, her legacy is complicated
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — It was 1990, and a self-identified city girl in a denim skirt and boots perched herself atop bales of hay near Los Banos in California’s farming heartland.
Dianne Feinstein had a complicated environmental record
This story was originally published by the Grist and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Senator Dianne Feinstein, who died on Thursday evening at the age of 90, leaves behind a long and complex legacy on climate and environmental issues. Feinstein represented California as a Democrat in the US Senate for more than 30 years, becoming the longest-serving woman in Senate history, and during that time she brokered a number…
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