November 17, 2011

This NATGAS Act Won't Pass

Jim Cramer, TheStreet.com


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NEW YORK (RealMoney) -- It's not my wish is my command, but it was terrific on Tuesday to see the introduction of the New Alternative Transportation to Give American Solutions, NATGAS Act, introduced in the Senate.

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