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Washington farmers join fight against Inslee carbon tax
Washington farmers join fight against Inslee carbon tax (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)
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Washington Farmers Join Fight Against Gov. Inslee’s Energy Tax [VIDEO]

The effort began a few months ago with the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), and now the Washington State Farm Bureau (WFB) has joined in the fight.

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Energy efficient buildings breeding mold?
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Energy Efficient, or Green Airtight Buildings Could be Making People Sick

According to numerous leading health experts, airtight buildings could be causing health and respiratory issues.

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New Clean Energy Institute to grab $6 million in state funding.
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State to Spend $6 Million Researching Batteries, Solar Energy

Gov. Jay Inslee officially opened the Clean Energy Institute -- created last summer by the governor and legislators -- at the University of Washington to study and explore solar and battery sources.

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Controversial renewable energy plan signed
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Gov. Inslee, CA, OR, Canadian Leaders Sign Off on Controversial Climate Change Plan

The plan looks like a photocopy of Obama's failed 2008 green jobs initiative.

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Public energy hearing coming to Richland Monday
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State Public Hearing on Energy Coming to Richland Monday, Sept. 16

State officials and legislators are seeking your input on energy policies in our state.

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Washington, Oregon governors demand environmental review of coal terminals
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Is Gov. Inslee Using Environmental Impact Study to Kill Coal Jobs?

Gov. Jay Inslee and Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber have called for a "broad environmental review" of proposed coal terminals in Washington that could create thousands of jobs.

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Officials Still Don’t Know Why Lights Went Out During Super Bowl

According to the company that oversees power for the Super Dome in New Orleans, an abnormality occurred where stadium equipment intersected with an electrical feed from Entergy New Orleans -- the company that supplies energy to the facility.

Exactly what that abnormality was is still unknown.

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Benton PUD refunding over $790,000 to City of Kennewick
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Benton PUD to Present $790,000 Rebate to City of Kennewick Feb. 5th

The Benton PUD is giving back to the City of Kennewick!

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Major Green Energy Company Facing Criminal Fraud Investigation

Like Solyndra, Abound Solar Energy was one of Obama's 'favorite' green energy companies-now they're under criminal scrutiny.

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Obama Wants Chinese-Built Wind Turbines Here – Was It a Biden-Style Goof or the Truth?

In a very Joe Biden-like gaffe, President Obama said something very interesting.

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