In an effort to highlight its environmental platform, the Democratic National Committee is no longer accepting campaign contributions from fossil fuel companies.
“Today we can act — in harmony with the millions of Americans demanding that we clean up our planet and our politics and join the hundreds of individual Democratic political candidates for office across the country who have pledged not to take money from the fossil fuel industry,” Christine Pelosi wrote in a Medium post published on Sunday.
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More anti-fossil fuel resolutions might be on the horizon. The DNC is also considering a second resolution to ban contributions over $200 from any individual who works in the fossil fuel sector. Members are expected vote on the proposal during their Chicago board meeting in August.
“Fossil fuel corporations are drowning our democracy in a tidal wave of dark oily money; they have deceived the...