Adam Laxalt lambasts “green energy” taking hold in the U.S.

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“There’s no question that we need to be all-of-the-above…Solar and wind [are] simply not enough. It’ll never get the job done. As we know, the sun can stop shining, the wind can stop blowing. And these things take energy just to be able to set them up in the first place. As we know, storage takes energy.” — Adam Laxalt, former NV Attorney General and 2022 candidate for U.S. Senate

In Episode 244 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews former NV AG Adam Laxalt, who is vying to be the next U.S. Senator from Nevada, at SHOT Show 2022 in Las Vegas.

Here’s his bio: Adam Paul Laxalt, a fourth generation Nevadan born in Reno, served as Nevada’s 33rd Attorney General from 2015-2019, entering office as the youngest Attorney General in the country at the time. Laxalt’s extensive record of accomplishment placed him among the most effective Attorneys General in state history and earned him broad recognition from national media outlets as well as widespread respect and praise from his former state Attorneys General.

Today, Laxalt resides in Reno, Nevada with his wife, Jaime, their daughters Sophia and Isabella, their son Jack, and their dog, Buckley.

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  1. He and his state have yet to do their part for nuclear waste storage. That would be something useful he could contribute.