You can read about the conference’s “phony claims” in Brian Sussman’s report here.

Meanwhile, JLF’s Roy Cordato will address climate change issues in a presentation to an Americans for Prosperity crowd gathering at 7:30 tonight at the Locke Foundation office in Raleigh.

Two years ago, Roy discussed a Civitas poll that showed 64 percent of North Carolinians objected to policies that would address global warming by raising gasoline prices and electricity rates.