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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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Stimulus money used to run ads for Obama green jobs
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Stimulus Money Was Used for “Green Job” Ads on MSNBC – But None Created!

According to federal records, stimulus money was used to run ads touting "green" job opportunities with Job Corps on several shows aired on MSNBC.

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PNNL Predicting Layoffs in 2012

Despite its record year in 2011, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory announced a predicted downturn of activity in 2012 that will require both voluntary and involuntary layoffs.

The announcement was made by Roger Snyder, manager of the U

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Another Solar company lays off workers
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Another Solar Energy Plant Lays off Workers

In a theme that has become eerily similar in 2011 and now 2012, yet another solar panel-energy company has laid off a significant chunk of it's workforce.

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Building Retrofitted With Solar Panels
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Seattle “Green Jobs” Program Tanks

It would be an accountant's nightmare in the private sector...but for government in Seattle, 20 million in Federal Funds equals 14 new jobs...

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