The Virginia League of Conservation Voters has released it's 2017 General Assembly Conservation Scorecard, and Sen. Monty Mason scored the highest among area members of the General Assembly.
The report, released July 27, ranks legislators according to their recorded votes on environmental issues around Virginia.
Sen. Monty Mason, a Democrat, represents the 1st District State Senate.
He recieved a 100 percent score, meaning the league thinks he voted correctly on bills that included replacing the state's contaminated wells and establishing a Clean Power Plan for the state. Mason also received a 100 percent score following the 2016 legislative session