Sen. Murkowski has concerns with climate change bill

ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Sen. Lisa Murkowski says the House bill is not a solution to climate change.
Murkowski has concerns about how she says the bill was rushed through the House without bipartisan cooperation, unlike a competing bill passed by her Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
She says the House bill would insert the federal government into citizens' daily lives, and she thinks Congress may have overlooked the details.
"To pass a bill that will so affect each of our lives, without most of the representatives knowing the details of what they were voting for, is wrong and dangerous," said Murkowski. "I'm concerned this bill wound up being more about passing a bill for political purposes than meaningfully lowering greenhouse gases."