05 Oct '11, 11am

Sen. Lamar Alexander on making bipartisan energy progress

Sen. Lamar Alexander on making bipartisan energy progress

Alexander has bucked the party line on issues like climate change (he believes it's human-caused), cleantech R&D (he wants to plow big money into electric cars and solar), mountaintop-removal coal mining (he opposes it), and a carbon tax (he's at least willing to consider it, even if he's not yet endorsing it). Still, this self-described "very Republican Republican " is right in line with the GOP in his love for nuclear power and offshore drilling. He sets himself apart from both parties with his deep-seated aversion to wind power.

Full article: http://www.grist.org/politics/2011-10-05-lamar-alexander-...

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