Give The Voters What They Overwhelmingly Support: Policies To Promote Clean Energy

From ThinkProgress Tue Nov 13 2012, 16:30:31

by Matt Kasper and Kiley Kroh This election season, groups promoting fossil fuels spent an incredible amount of money - $270 million in the last two months alone - on television ads to influence presidential and congressional races. But voters made it clear that they support candidates who understand the critical importance of transitioning away [...]

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