The voices of a new clean energy future – June, 17th 2010

The National Journal - “Strong Public Support for Mandatory Carbon Reductions”

By Jason Dick, Editor Congress Daily

“Two-thirds of Americans favor including limits on carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions in a comprehensive energy bill, a number that seems to belie the difficulties the Senate is having in arriving at a consensus on legislation.”

“While 75 percent of Democrats surveyed favor including mandatory reductions, so did 59 percent of Republicans and 62 percent of independents.”

The Huffington Post - “Waking America from the BP Disaster”

By Representative Ed Markey (D-MA), Chairman, Select Committee on Energy Independence

“America must move to a safer clean energy future so that we don't have to rely as much on oil to power our cars and our economy.”

“In overwhelming numbers, the American people are ready to start working our way to a clean energy future. They want to wake up from BP's oil

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