The majority of North Carolina’s U.S. House of Representatives delegation has earned a 0 percent ranking from the League of Conservation Voters.
The environmental group scores members of Congress on their record of support for bills it supports. This year, the group said, it rated members of the House on 35 bills and members of the Senate on 25 bills.
Of North Carolina’s 13 representatives, seven scored a 0. All were Republicans. Three other Republicans ranged from 3 percent to 17 percent.
The three Democratic representatives’ scores ranged from 91 percent to David Price’s 100 percent support.
North Carolina’s two senators, Republicans Thom Tillis and Richard Burr, each scored at 4 percent.
Here’s the full list from the U.S. House:
G.K. Butterfield (D) — 91 percent
Renee Ellmers (R) – 6 percent
Walter Jones (R) – 17 percent
David Price (D) – 100 percent
Virginia Foxx (R) – 0 percent
Mark Walker (R) – 0 percent
David Rouzer (R) – 0 percent
Richard Hudson (R) – 0 percent
Robert Pittenger (R) – 0 percent
Patricks McHenry (R) – 0 percent
Mark Meadows (R) – 3 percent
Alma Adams (D) – 97 percent
George Holding (R) – 0 percent
The League of Conservation Voters said 2015 produced “the most anti-environmental Congress in our history.”