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September 09, 2009

New Coalition Forms for Clean Energy and Climate

Yesterday came the announcement of a great new coalition called "Clean Energy Works." It's comprised of more than 60 groups spanning environmental, union, veteran and religious organizations - and the coalition is aimed at passing strong clean energy legislation.

You can follow along with Clean Energy Works via its Twitter page, and read more about it in this Politico article, this Washington Post article, this Business Week article, this Denver Daily News article, and this Washington Independent article.

Meanwhile, some great research came out from NYU Law School's Institute for Policy Integrity today:

A non-partisan new analysis of the Waxman-Markey clean energy and climate bill finds that it will have economic benefits that will be worth at least twice as much, if not more, than what it will cost.

Read more in the Wall Street Journal article, which includes a link to the full report.

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