January 12, 2012

State Green Funds Provide Economic Punch

Mark Muro, The New Republic


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Washington is again paralyzed and pulling back on clean energy economic development. Deficit politics and partisanship are firmly entrenched and the raft of federal financial supports made available through the 2009 stimulus law and elsewhere is starting to expire. . .

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TAGGED: Energy Subsidies, Economy, Green Energy Economy, Clean Energy, The New Republic

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