January 22, 2013

An Energy Action List for a 2nd Obama Term

David Blackmon, Forbes


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This being inauguration week, it’s a good time to talk about the kinds of moves we’d like to see President Obama make in his second term related to energy policy.  Not being a fan of central planning, this wish list will not include a call for some omnibus 2000 page bill that no one will ever read addressing all aspects of the nation’s energy suite. . .

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