February 17, 2012

Sen. Alexander Blocks Wind But Forces Keystone

Stephen Lacey, Climate Progress


Fox News

With every passing day, Congress outdoes its own abysmal environmental record. Even as federal policymakers consider a transportation bill that would open up sensitive areas for offshore drilling, encourage use of dirty oil shale, force a decision on the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, and derail public investments in public transportation, they couldn’t even compromise on a simple short-term tax credit for wind energy. . .

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TAGGED: Energy Subsidies, Taxes, Congress, Sen. Lamar Alexander, Climate Progress

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