Letter: Stewart’s climate denial costs his constituents

(Steve Griffin | The Salt Lake Tribune) Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, makes his opening remarks during his town hall meeting at West Valley City Hall, Wednesday, May 2, 2018.

Southwest Utah has sustained millions of dollars of flood damage to homes, roads and Zion National Park, with more to come. Meanwhile, Rep. Chris Stewart voted for a U.S. House resolution denying the reality of climate disruption.

Wildfires and floods continue to affect the lives of his constituents while he rakes in donations from the fossil fuel industries.

Despite repeated requests from constituents that he join the Congressional Climate Caucus, Stewart has refused to acknowledge the reality of climate change. Remember this in November.

Jean Lown, St. George