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12.06.2013

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Lawmakers Tap Energy Funds To Balance Budget MP3

Environmentalists are giving state legislators a mixed report card for the session that's just ended. They're happy with parts of the state's new energy policy. But a raid on clean energy funds is causing major concern. In an effort to approve a budget on time last week, state legislators will tap about 25 million dollars, over the next two years, from a conservation fund known as the Green... Source: yourpublicmedia.org

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