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Voters who care about climate change are also most likely to be hurt by voter suppression laws, writes Nathaniel Stinnett.
4 (Solvable) Reasons We're Losing The Fight Against Climate Change.
Nathaniel Stinnett talked about efforts to increase voting numbers among environmentalists. Stinnett is founder and executive director of the Environmental Voter Project.