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Cap & Trade and the Future of West Virginia

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Published on Mar 21, 2012

In 2009 Joe Manchin proposed, and was the only governor of a coal producing state to sign, a Cap and Trade bill. He did it right here in West Virginia. House Bill 103 calls for 10% of the energy sold in the state to be from alternative or renewable sources by 2015 -- and that number rises to 25% or higher by 2025. These regulations are not good for West Virginia's economic future as an energy leader.

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