Gov. Baker Vetoed A Major Climate Bill. What's Next For Climate Legislation?

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Gov. Charlie Baker vetoed the single largest piece of climate legislation to come out of the Massachusetts State House in over a decade.

The bill aimed to radically reduce greenhouse gas emissions, overhaul the transportation sector, protect vulnerable environmental justice communities and empower local cities and towns to pass greener building codes.

WBUR environmental reporter Miriam Wasser joined Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to talk about what happened — and what happens next.

This segment aired on January 15, 2021.

Miriam Wasser Senior Reporter, Climate and Environment
Miriam Wasser is a reporter with WBUR's climate and environment team.



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