More local advocacy for the environment and from a dedicated group of youngsters who haven't yet learned how to count votes . . . Still an impressive display of dedication to a cause that hasn't inspired much new policy in the Heartland.
A group of about 30 young adults delivered a loud election-year warning to lawmakers as they returned Monday for the start of the legislative session. They gathered outside the Senate chambers flashing signs that demand "climate action now," "we deserve a future" and "what is your plan," shouting and chanting their desire for a Green New Deal and asking in song, "Which side are you on?"