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Most Ohio conservatives want to pay for renewables and stop propping up coal.
In sum: A majority of Ohio conservatives don’t want to fund coal and overwhelmingly ... A rainstorm on Tuesday sent a waist-high flow of debris through Santa Barbara County that splintered homes, mired freeways, and killed at least five people, the ...
In sum: A majority of Ohio conservatives don’t want to fund coal and overwhelmingly support expanding renewable energy — and would be willing to pay more for it. So, why have state GOP lawmakers been trying to kill renewable energy standards and shore up old coal and nuclear plants in Ohio?
Contrary to what we’ve seen from the White House, clean energy is pretty popular with conservativesMost Republicans have supported renewable energy development for years.
Jan 11, 2018
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