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The Administration's Energy Policy and American Workers

In an interview with CFIF, Marita Noon, Executive Director for Energy Makes America Great and Citizens' Alliance for Responsible Energy, discusses what President Obama has not done for American energy workers, the lessons he could learn from Texas Governor Rick Perry's efforts to convince companies to relocate to Texas, and the important role that energy plays in our lives.

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September 22, 2014 • 04:59 pm

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