October 19, 2011

Perry Energy Plan is a Start, but Falls Short

Conn Carroll, Washington Examiner


NBC

There is much to love about the energy plan Texas Gov. Rick Perry released last week. He proposes an immediate moratorium on new regulation, expanded energy exploration on federal lands, and the creation of 1.2 million jobs in the process. . .

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