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Renewable energy

Congress defeated the president’s energy bill last year. But, as usual, this inflexible administration will not take no for an answer. President Bush is now promoting a handful of smaller energy bills that, taken together, are just as bad as the one defeated by Congress.

Different bills would open up the Artic National Wildlife Refuge, pave the way for building new nuclear reactors, allow more air pollution, and probably lead to future wars over oil by increasing our dependence on foreign imports.

We should not sacrifice our children’s future. It’s time to promote renewable energy.

Kay Allen

Nevada City

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