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How Swing State Ohio Got Nuked

By Harvey Wasserman Ohio is poised to do its thing as the ultimate swing state.  On March 4 it may, along with Texas, choose the Democratic presidential nominee. Tragically, the candidates will ... read more


February 23, 2008 Move Over, Oil, There’s Money in Texas Wind By CLIFFORD KRAUSS - The New York Times SWEETWATER, Tex. — The wind turbines that recently went up on Louis Brooks’s ranch are ... read more

Will Ohio be left behind by the green energy revolution?

January 31, 2008 By Harvey Wasserman Testimony to the Public Utilities Commission of the Ohio House, January 30, 2008 Thank you for allowing me to testify today. I am a resident of central Ohio ... read more


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Alternative job source

Wednesday,  February 6, 2008 3:18 AM By Brian Skoloff ASSOCIATED PRESS There's power at the end of this rainbow near Palm Springs, Calif. The wind-energy industry employs about 45,000 people in ... read more

Nuclear power's costs far outweigh its benefits

Mlwk Jrnl-Sntl, Sunday February 10, 2008 By AL GEDICKS Posted: Feb. 9, 2008 The state Assembly's Energy and Utilities Committee voted to recommend passage of AB 346, which would repeal limits on ... read more

CAMPAIGN '08 - Nuclear interests pull a big switch,1,3967853.story?ctrack=3&cset=true From the Los Angeles Times The industry, which backed GOP candidates in past elections, gives large ... read more