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Jul. 2, 2012WOW Members Urge Congress to Extend the PTC at Press Conference with White House CEQ Chair Nancy Sutley and Minn. Reps. McCollum and Ellison
By: Kelley Welf
Several WOW members participated in a press conference this morning with Congresswoman Betty McCollum and Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality Nancy Sutley. The purpose of the event was to express support of the Production Tax Credit and to urge Congress to act quickly to extend the credit.
Speakers at the event included North St. Paul Mayor Mike Kuehn, Congresswoman Betty McCollum, Council on Environmental Quality Chairwoman Nancy Sutley, and Congressman Keith Ellison. From the business sector, WOW members, Mark Ahlstrom of Windlogics,... Read More »
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