Tag Archives: Wisconsin

Opposing Fossil Fuel Interests In Congress

The ECOreport reposts an OP Ed about the growing movement, opposing fossil fuel interests in Congress

Press Release from the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge

Two major Democratic candidates challenging House Speaker Paul Ryan in the race for Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District — Randy Bryce and Cathy Myers — have taken a pledge to reject campaign contributions from the oil, gas, and coal industries, and to put the health of families, our climate, and our democracy ahead of fossil fuel industry profits.

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Was Commissioner Ellen Nowak’s Behaviour inappropriate?

 Questionable Behaviour by the deciding voter in what has been called the most expensive anti-solar ruling in the U.S.

Originally Published on Clean Technica

By Roy L Hales

There have been a number of stories about Public Utilities Commissioners having questionable relationships with the utilities they are supposed to oversee. The refreshing aspect about Ellen Nowak is her sincerity. It is obvious to almost anyone watching the video of the “Powering the People” panel from last March. The question would not even have come up if she were  not so outspoken. Was Commissioner Ellen Nowak’s Behaviour inappropriate?

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