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Topic - Keith Baugues
Indiana's top official in charge of improving the state's air quality has angered some of his staff with a remark expressing skepticism about global warming.
An Indiana assistant commissioner who works for the state's Department of Environmental Management has learned a harsh lesson from colleagues who are fast in the middle of the climate change crowd: Don't make jokes about global warming.
But he stood by his view: "I am a skeptic on global warming," he wrote, The Indianapolis Star reported. "It seems silly to be talking about global warming at a time when we were having extremely cold unseasonable weather."