Approval of Climate Change Legislation Could Impact Glass Manufacturers

Last Friday the House of Representatives passed the American Clean Energy & Security Act by a vote of 219-212.

President Obama called the passage "a bold and necessary step that holds the promise of creating new industries and millions of new jobs; decreasing our dangerous dependence on foreign oil; and strictly limiting the release of pollutants that threaten the health of families and communities and the planet itself."Read the full news. Last Friday the House of Representatives passed the American Clean Energy & Security Act by a vote of 219-212. President Obama called the passage "a bold and necessary step that holds the promise of creating new industries and millions of new jobs; decreasing our dangerous dependence on foreign oil; and strictly limiting the release of pollutants that threaten the health of families and communities and the planet itself."

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600450 Approval of Climate Change Legislation Could Impact Glass Manufacturers glassonweb.com
Date: 1 July 2009
Source: USGNN

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