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Trump escalates his war on clean energy jobs

President Donald Trump has reportedly decided to escalate his war on clean energy, the world’s biggest new source of sustainable high-wage employment. The White House wants to cut the Energy Department’s $2 billion Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) program by a whopping 72 percent, according to draft budget documents obtained by the Washington Post. Last year, Trump proposed
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