February 23, 2012

Why I Oppose the Wind Energy Tax Credits

Sen. Lamar Alexander, The Chattanoogan


Reuters

“Madam President, there are reports in some of the newspapers this morning that there is an effort to try to slip into the negotiation about extending the payroll tax break for the next year a big loophole for the rich and for the investment bankers and for most of the people President Obama keeps talking about as people whose taxes he would like to raise. . .

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TAGGED: Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy Initiatives, Energy Subsidies, Wind Energy, Congress, Sen. Lamar Alexander, The Chattanoogan

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