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11 Most Important Clean Energy Provisions in the President’s Budget Proposal

Energy Investments Would Create Jobs, Help Middle Class by Daniel J. Weiss President Obama’s proposed 2013 budget invests in clean energy to help power the engine of economic growth. The budget would direct funds to efficiency and renewable electricity technologies to create jobs and boost domestic manufacturing, and would also make manufacturing more efficient. The [...]
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