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Carl Pope: The End of Polish Rules and Election Day Bribery?

Why were fossil fuel interests bankrolling ads attacking wind power in Iowa, a key swing state for their candidate Mitt Romney and a state where the polls showed overwhelmingly that voters supported wind power?
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