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Conservative voice on climate change to speak in Lincoln

January 29, 2019

A leading conservative spokesperson on the matter of climate will speak Feb. 12 as part of a visit to participate in Leadership Lincoln events.

Bob Inglis is executive director of RepublicEn.org, a grassroots community of more than 7,000 Americans educating the country about free-enterprise solutions to climate change.

Inglis will be in Lincoln to address Youth Leadership Lincoln, staff and board members of the Lincoln Electric System, and others in Nebraska who are concerned with how our climate is being altered.

Inglis’ keynote address “Can Free Enterprise Solve Climate Change?” will be open to the public. The event will be at the University of Nebraska College of Law auditorium, 11 a.m.-noon on Feb. 12.

While the event is free to the public, interested parties are asked to register due to limited space at leadershiplincoln.org.

During his first term in Congress in the late ’90s, Inglis opposed those who called for action on climate change, but, his understanding changed as he ran for and served during his second term in the early 2000s.

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