VIEWPOINT: Energy bill fuels future of state
Published 09/05/2009, Bismarck
In his first eight months in office, North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Brian Kalk has waged an aggressive campaign against proposed federal comprehensive energy legislation, which will cut greenhouse gas emissions, reduce our dependence on foreign oil and increase national security, all while creating 1.7 million new clean-energy jobs (“Cap, trade bill is not energy bill,” Page D3, Aug. 30).Word count: 495
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