SALEM, Ore. -- Oregon Gov. Kate Brown held a news conference on Monday, discussing her hopes for a climate bill.
Brown said she wants to work on a solution that would address climate change while maintaining jobs and then present proposed modifications to the climate bill.
"The stakes are incredibly high," Brown said.
Below is the video of the news conference:
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