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By Eric Mink, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Aug. 6--There's no cheap energy anymore, but there's an absolute glut of energy policy proposals from the two guys running for president, who seem to be stalking each other from one end of the country to the other.
By Jim Provance, The Blade, Toledo, Ohio Aug.
By Colette Jenkins, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Aug. 6--AUSTINTOWN TWP. -- U.S. Sen. Barack Obama continued on Tuesday to present his proposal for the nation's energy crisis, saying in Northeast Ohio that the plan can translate into new manufacturing jobs.
AUSTINTOWN TWP., Ohio _ Sen. Barack Obama continued on Tuesday to present his proposal for the nation's energy crisis, saying in Northeast Ohio that the plan can translate into new manufacturing jobs.
By Chris Christoff, Detroit Free Press Aug.
By Tom Raum Associated Press LANSING, Mich. -- Barack Obama put forward a broad energy plan Monday designed to end U.S. reliance on imported oil within 10 years and shore up his standing amid a tightening White House race and high anxiety over gas prices.
By Brian Knowlton The campaign of Senator Barack Obama on Monday sought to link Senator John McCain in voters' minds to high gasoline prices and to the hugely profitable oil industry, prompting McCain's allies to accuse Obama of "hypocrisy" and "dishonesty." Obama, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, made an energy speech in Lansing, Michigan, that linked two of his earlier proposals - a windfall tax on oil producers and a $1,000-a-family "energy rebate" - by saying that the tax...
By Beth Reinhard and Lesley Clark, The Miami Herald Aug. 5--Forget terrorism or Social Security. The 2008 election is increasingly turning on $4-per-gallon gas. John McCain read the tea leaves first, calling for an end to the ban on offshore oil drilling and attacking Barack Obama as "Dr.
By Ben Boychuk; Joel Mathis With foreign policy and the faltering economy dominating the news this election season, education hasn't received as much discussion as it deserves.
By Chris Christoff, Detroit Free Press Aug. 4--LANSING -- Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama gave a forceful pitch for his U.S. energy strategy today, in which he called for $4 billion in aid to auto companies to produce more fuel efficient vehicles, especially electric cars.
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