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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, center, discusses climate change at a news conference held by Calif., Gov. Jerry Brown, left, Tuesday, June 13, 2017,in Sacramento, Calif. During the event Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama, signed a subnational climate change agreement that calls for the signatories to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from 80 percent to 95 percent, below 1990 levels. (Rich Pedroncelli/AP)
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, center, discusses climate change at a news conference held by Calif., Gov. Jerry Brown, left, Tuesday, June 13, 2017,in Sacramento, Calif. During the event Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama, signed a subnational climate change agreement that calls for the signatories to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from 80 percent to 95 percent, below 1990 levels. (Rich Pedroncelli/AP)
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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown opposes drilling for oil and gas off the coast of her state. She and the governors of California and Washington have denounced Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke's proposal to open federal waters off the coasts to oil and gas drilling.

Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks to Gov. Brown (@OregonGovBrown) about her concerns.

We also spoke to Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam about offshore drilling. Listen to that conversation here.

This segment aired on January 18, 2018.

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