HARRISBURG, Pa. - Some Pennsylvania lawmakers and climate change advocates are urging the state to go green.

Sen. Katie Muth, who serves parts of our region, joined her Democratic colleagues and members of the nonprofit PennEnvironment in Harrisburg Tuesday.

They were there to show support for "Go 100 PA," legislation that would transition Pennsylvania to 100 percent renewable energy by the year 2050.

They're promoting geo-thermal, solar, and wind solutions.

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