TITLE

Candidates differ on energy policies

PUB. DATE
October 2008
SOURCE
Breckenridge American;10/25/2008, p8B
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article outlines the different goals and views of U.S. senatorial candidates John Coryn and Rick Noriega with regard to energy policies. Noriega's goals include the provision of immediate relief for Texas families, transforming Texas and U.S. energy self-sufficient and development of a sustainable energy and economic future. On the other hand, Coryn aims to produce more energy in the U.S. with plans to propose exploring all viable alternative sources in the long-term.
ACCESSION #
35029559

 

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