11 Apr 2012

News bites: Tennessee enacts controversial new climate change law

The Los Angeles Times reports on a controversial new Tennessee climate change law: “Tennessee enacted a law Tuesday that critics contend allows public school teachers to challenge climate change and evolution in their classrooms without fear of sanction.”The New York Times...
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11 Apr 2012

House, Interior spar over drilling subpoena

The House Natural Resources Committee balked Tuesday night at the Interior Department’s efforts to comply with a GOP subpoena over a 2010 report on the deepwater drilling moratorium imposed after the BP oil spill. “The department has failed to comply with the subpoena and its...
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11 Apr 2012

Sen. Graham: Obama’s ‘all of the above’ energy plan isn’t from the ‘heart’

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has looked into President Obama’s heart and found his oft-stated commitment to an “all of the above” energy plan lacking. “When Obama says ‘all of the above,’ it is something he knows he has to say politically. I don’t think it comes from...
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11 Apr 2012

GOP warns against last-minute regulations if Obama loses election

Republican leaders in Congress have warned President Obama against any attempts to pass last-minute regulations if he loses reelection this year. House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) sent a letter to Obama Wednesday urging him not...
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11 Apr 2012

Administration unveils new energy security plans

The Obama administration unveiled a slew of new initiatives Wednesday aimed at improving U.S. energy security on the battlefield. The announcement is part of an administration-wide push to emphasize energy security as a key part of President Obama’s “all-of-the-above” energy...
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11 Apr 2012

2012 Global New Energy Summit

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11 Apr 2012

Crossroads $1.7M ad buy slams Obama energy policies

A conservative political action committee is going up with a new television commercial — backed by a $1.7 million ad buy — slamming President Obama’s energy policies. The ad, titled “Too Much,” accuses the president of taking credit for increased oil production...
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