September 13, 2011

GOP Zigs on Energy, While the Tea Party Zags

Casper Star-Tribune, Casper Star-Tribune


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It's conventional wisdom that Republicans and Democrats broadly differ in their opinions on renewable energy and climate change policy. But a recently released study shows that members of the Republican Party's Tea Party faction differs from their more mainstream comrades on energy and environmental issues. This is something to watch as different factions of the Republican Party work to shape the party platform for the 2012 elections. . .



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TAGGED: carbon emissions, renewable energy, Tea Party, GOP, U.S. energy policy, Casper Star-Tribune

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