Thursday, July 13, 2006

Adams Gets Top Environmental Honors
League of Conservation Voters applauds Portland legislator

For the fourth year in a row, State Rep. Herb Adams, D-Portland (Bayside and Parkside), has scored a perfect 100% environmental voting record from the League of Conservation voters.

Adams was one of only a handful of state legislators to earn a perfect score for his voting record this year, supporting initiatives to reduce lead and mercury exposure in the environment, expand conservation efforts through Land for Maine’s Future, and protect endangered wildlife habitats.

Citywide, Reps. John Brautigam and Charlie Harlow also earned perfect 100-percent scores on issues tracked by the state-wide league in both 2005 and 2006.

The Maine League of Conservation Voters has tracked and reported legislators’ voting records on key environmental issues since 1986. To view the entire scorecard, with bill summaries and a full list of honor roll and dishonor roll members for 2006, visit


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