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Eight Republican Reps: “Running water is not a renewable”  

Credit:  Posted by Long Islander on April 17, 2012 at 9:00am, Citizens' Task Force on Wind Power - Maine, www.windtaskforce.org 17 April 2012 ~~

The following eight Republicans went against their party’s leader, Governor LePage and agreed with the wind industry that running water is not renewable. By effectively banning large inexpensive Canadian hydro power as a renewable, they have granted yet one more subsidy in kind to the parasitic wind industry that is harming Maine and Mainers. 


Roll call: 

http://www.mainelegislature.org/LawMakerWeb/rollcall.asp?ID=2800440…
BURNS of Whiting
CROCKETT of Bethel
KNAPP of Gorham
MOULTON of York
RICHARDSON of Carmel
STRANG BURGESS of Cumberland
TILTON of Harrington
WILLETTE of Mapleton
Please contact them and ask them why they are voting against ratepayers.
P.S. – It should be noted that 100% of Democrat votes also agreed that running water is not a renewable.
Source:  Posted by Long Islander on April 17, 2012 at 9:00am, Citizens' Task Force on Wind Power - Maine, www.windtaskforce.org 17 April 2012

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