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Energywire: Ohio Senate Looks for Compromise in Energy Stalemate

June 20, 2018 Ohio Senate looks for compromise in energy stalemate  By Jeffrey Tomich As its Great Lakes neighbors Illinois and Michigan firm up plans to add thousands of megawatts of new wind and solar energy in the coming years, a stalemate over clean energy policy drags on in the Buckeye State. The Ohio Senate

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Cleveland.com: FES Nuclear Decommissioning Funds Inadequate, Consumer Groups Tell NRC

June 19, 2018 FES Nuclear Decommissioning Funds Inadequate, Consumer Groups Tell NRC By John Funk, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio — The trust funds that FirstEnergy created years ago to pay for the demolition of its nuclear power plants and clean-up are no longer adequate, a coalition of consumer and environmental groups is arguing today

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MPR News: Oil Pipeline’s Fans, Foes Gear Up For Testimony Over the Fate of Enbridge’s Line 3

June 16, 2018 Oil Pipeline’s Fans, Foes Gear Up For Testimony Over the Fate of Enbridge’s Line 3 By Elizabeth Dunbar A smiling, cowboy-hat-wearing James Reents is greeting oil pipeline protesters in Minnesota’s lake country this summer in a big way — his picture is plastered on two billboards with the message, “Welcome Water Protectors.”

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Chicago Tribune: Environmentalists Appeal Ruling on Illiana Toll Road

June 13. 2018 Environmentalists Appeal Ruling on Illiana Toll Road By Susan DeMar Lafferty Environmental groups filed a petition to ask the Illinois Appellate Court to reconsider its recent ruling against them regarding the proposed Illiana toll road. According to the appeal this week, the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, the Metropolitan Planning Organization and

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