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Feb. 16 - Government Loan for Georgia Nuclear Reactors Is Terrible for Taxpayers – Guarantee Program Should Be Scrapped

Statement of Tyson Slocum, Director, Public Citizen’s Energy Program

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Jan. 29 - Energy Director, Tyson Slocum Visits William and Mary to Talk Renewables

Promoting Locally-Owned Renewable Electricity for Households: The Case For Feed-In Tariffs

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Dec. 11 - New Senate Climate Change Bill Is Superior Starting Point

Statement of Tyson Slocum, Director, Public Citizen’s Energy Program

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Nov. 18 - EPA Should Use Clean Air Act to Address Climate Change

Statement of Tyson Slocum, Director, Public Citizen’s Energy Program

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Nov. 4 - Senate Climate Change Bill Won’t Wean Us Off Fossil Fuels, Fails to Hold Polluters Accountable

Statement of Tyson Slocum, Director of Public Citizen’s Energy Program

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Oct. 22 - Loan Guarantees for New Nuclear Reactors Put Taxpayers at Great Risk and Should Not Be Issued by Department of Energy

Groups from Maryland Ally with 3 other States with Reactors Up for Loan Guarantees to Speak Out in Opposition; DOE Liberalization of Rules Would Expose Taxpayers to Billions of Dollars in New Defaults

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Sept. 30 - Reaction to Boxer-Kerry Climate Change Discussion Draft

Statement of Andy Wilson, Global Warming Program Director, Public Citizen’s Texas Office

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Aug. 26 - 300 Groups Ask Senate for Stronger Climate Bill

A broad coalition of more than 300 faith, human rights, social justice, and environmental groups sent a letter to U.S. senators today calling for energy and climate legislation that is much stronger than the Waxman-Markey bill that passed the House of Representatives June 26. That bill contained massive giveaways to polluting special interests and would fail to ensure a rapid transition to clean energy.

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July 22 - Climate Change Legislation Requires Significant Changes to Protect Consumers and Environment

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A coalition of 25 leading national consumer groups and grassroots environmental organizations has formed to urge the Senate to improve sweeping climate change legislation passed by the House of Representatives by stripping out the corporate giveaways and including strong protections for struggling energy consumers and the environment.

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June 26 - Climate Change Bill Must Be Strengthened

Public Citizen Statement

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