In a speech at Boston's Faneuil Hall today, John Kerry outlined a new Energy and Climate Change Plan. Glen Johnson, reports for AP News, that "Some of the themes reprised
those the Massachusetts Democrat outlined" during his 2004 presidential campaign. "But the fresh ideas and pointed rhetoric" Johnson said, "highlighted how Kerry both believes they have come of age, and that he plans to pursue them as he considers another White House campaign in 2008."
He labeled the energy bill he will file this week as "the most far-reaching proposal in our history." In 43-minute speech before a cheering hometown crowd at historic Faneuil Hall, he added: "Nothing else will protect our security and our world, if you believe the science."
Leading environmentalists have weighed in on John Kerry’s Energy and Climate Change Plan introduced today. Here a look at what they are saying:Continue reading here