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31 senators demand action on climate

Last night, 31 senators led an overnight session for one reason: to urge Congress to wake up and do something about climate change.

It was a marathon of powerful speeches that ran all the way till morning.

We think that's awesome. More than 130 members of Congress publicly deny the science behind climate change, but last night was a good reminder that there are many leaders in Washington who are dedicated to taking action on climate.

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Here are the senators that stood up for action on climate change last night:

Majority Leader Harry Reid, Nevada
Senator Dick Durbin, Illinois
Senator Charles Schumer, New York
Senator Patty Murray, Washington
Senator Brian Schatz, Hawaii
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Rhode Island
Senator Barbara Boxer, California
Senator Dianne Feinstein, California
Senator Patrick Leahy, Vermont
Senator Ron Wyden, Oregon
Senator Jack Reed, Rhode Island
Senator Bill Nelson, Florida
Senator Maria Cantwell, Washington
Senator Benjamin L. Cardin, Maryland
Senator Bernard Sanders, Vermont
Senator Amy Klobuchar, Minnesota
Senator Mark Udall, Colorado
Senator Tom Udall, New Mexico
Senator Jeanne Shaheen, New Hampshire
Senator Jeff Merkley, Oregon
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, New York
Senator Al Franken, Minnesota
Senator Chris Coons, Delaware
Senator Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut
Senator Chris Murphy, Connecticut
Senator Martin Heinrich, New Mexico
Senator Angus King, Maine
Senator Tim Kaine, Virginia
Senator Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts
Senator Edward J. Markey, Massachusetts
Senator Cory Booker, New Jersey

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