The Democratic leaders in the Assembly and Senate received high marks from the Environmental Advocates of New York in their scorecard of the 2017 legislative session.

Republicans in the Senate and Assembly earned more middling results from the group in the report released on Wednesday.

Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie and Senate Minority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Democrats both, received scores of 100 from the group, which assessed votes on key environmental issues, including the Clean Water Bond Act, renewable energy, septic storage and bolstering solar panel technology.

Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, who chairs the Energy Committee, also received a score of 100.

Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan scored 71, as did Independent Democratic Conference Leader Jeff Klein. Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb scored a 62.

The group’s annual “Oil Slick Award” was given to Sen. Tom Croci of Long Island, who scored 59.

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