Support Bipartisan Legislation to Promote Residential Solar Energy

The increasing affordability of solar power, the cost of which has dropped by half since 2010, paired with critical pro-growth state level policies, has resulted in the rapid emergence of residential scale rooftop solar systems. In fact, through the end of 2014, more than 600,000 homes and businesses had installed on-site solar.

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Asking for Answers from Oil Companies

Recent investigations by the Los Angeles Times and Inside Climate News allege that Exxon (becoming ExxonMobil in 1999) deliberately hid the truth about the role of fossil fuels in influencing climate change and intentionally spread disinformation about climate science.

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Vote YES on CRAMER Amendment

A reliable supply of electricity is important on many levels, from human health and safety to manufacturing capacity. As a former Public Service Commissioner I can tell you one of the most significant reasons for outages involves trees hitting power lines. With consumers and regulators demanding reliable service and a utility company’s natural incentive to keep the sale of electrons flowing, vegetation management has improved tremendously.

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