Video of Al Franken interview with climate change whistleblower Rick Piltz, 2005


Al Franken, who has been declared the winner in the Minnesota U.S. Senate election, interviewed Rick Piltz on Air America Radio and the Sundance Channel on July 7, 2005. Piltz, now director of Climate Science Watch, talks about Bush White House political interference with federal climate science communication.

Court Rules Franken Has Won Senate Seat; Coleman Concedes:  The Minnesota Supreme Court today issued its long-awaited judgment in the Senate race, declaring that Democrat Al Franken is the winner. And Norm Coleman, his opponent, at 4 p.m., announced that he had conceded.

We posted this video to You Tube some time ago without calling attention to it on this site, but today we’d like to reiterate our appreciation for Al Franken for his interest in our story and for doing this interview. 

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