Booker in South Carolina


COLUMBIA, S.C. — Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker on Friday said that it’s time to overhaul environmental policies that he sees as unfairly disadvantaging minority and impoverished communities.

Calling environmental inequality one of today’s civil rights battles, the New Jersey senator said during a campaign stop in the South Carolina capital that the federal government hasn’t done enough to ensure all Americans have equal access to clean, healthy communities.

Source: PBS NewsHour