News

October 2005

WASHINGTON DC - Carole King appeared before the House Resources Subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health on October 27, 2005. King, who has lived in Idaho for the past 28 years, testified against the legislation sponsored by Congressman Mike Simpson (R-ID), the Central Idaho Economic Development Act (CIEDRA).

October 5, 2005 - Carole King has joined forces with Larry David, Walter Cronkite, Leonardo di Caprio, Julia-Louis Dreyfus and James Taylor in a non-political effort to bring all Americans together in one place in an effort to raise awareness of Global Warming. The 'Stop Global Warming Virtual March' on Washington is taking place via the internet, moving from one town to another, from now until Earth Day 2006, where the March will “reach” Washington, DC.