Environmentalists are bracing for a fight that would have seemed preposterous after the 2008 elections: a move to limit the government’s ability to curb greenhouses gases and global warming.
Even the proposal’s sponsor — a Democrat — cuts against the story line that predicted the Democratic takeover of Washington would finally lead to action on climate change.
But the push by West Virginia Sen. John Rockefeller to restrict the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to force reductions in carbon dioxide emissions illustrates how dramatically the environmental community’s fortunes have fallen despite the rise of allies in the White House and Congress.
Steve is a veteran of the radio biz since 1979. He began his radio career in Ogden, Utah and worked at stations in Blackfoot, Twin Falls, Burley, and Rupert. He lived in Japan in the 80's working at KOX Radio where he hosted a syndicated radio show called "Pop on the Rock" and worked as a consultant to Japanese companies and Radio and Records Magazine. Steve is fluent in Japanese. He is well known for his vocal range and 185 character voices. Steve's voices have been utilized by many famous corporations like Yamaha, Panasonic, Daihatsu Motors, and Xerox in their advertising as well as providing voice work for video and animation projects. He began talk radio in the 90's and developed his show, RadioActive in 1997. RadioActive has been syndicated in Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming, and Florida and is currently heard from 11am til 2pm M~F on AM 1230 KBAR.