October 11, 2011

Attacking Solar Is Bad for Business

Juan Williams, The Hill


It seems congressional Republicans are more interested in making President Obama a one-term president than in creating or protecting American jobs. The latest round of mudslinging by House Republicans in the direction of the White House concerns the Obama Administration’s flawed handling of subsidies to Solyndra, the California-based solar-panel manufacturer that went bankrupt last month. American taxpayers are on the hook for $535 million in loan guarantees to Solyndra. . .

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TAGGED: U.S. energy policy, energy investment, Solar energy, Solyndra Inc., energy subsidies, economy, The Hill


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