When the national League of Conservation Voters, which works to turn environmental values into national priorities, announced their list of the dirtiest state legislators in America, why are we not surprised that State Sen. Roy Brown (R-Billings) was on it.
This means he’s one of the worst state legislators out of the thousands around the country.
For several years, the league has had a “Dirty Dozen” list mainly made up of members of Congress, and its smart that they are now tracking local legislators, as this is where so many of these decisions are made. Local conservation supporters say Brown is on the list because he consistently votes with Big Oil interests and corporate polluters and against clean energy legislation.
In short, he’s completely out of touch with the issues facing the modern world.