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2010 Midterm Elections

By a 22 percent margin, voters support EPA oversight of carbon emissions from power plants, vehicles and other sources
 WASHINGTON—Environmental organizations fearful of being blamed for Tuesday’s devastating...
Nov 5, 2010 | Read More
Environmentalists say public support for clean energy remains strong, though "cap and tax" label fired up the opposition
WASHINGTON—Smack-down. Shellacking. Drubbing. Pasting. Thrashing. Thumping. Trouncing. Walloping....
Nov 5, 2010 | Read More
The first-termer is one of many clean energy promoters to fall as Republicans make big gains in Washington
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia—Rep. Tom Perriello looked so buoyant and sounded so effervescent during...
Nov 3, 2010 | Read More
Crist gets flak for political opportunism. But it's Tea Party favorite Rubio who's shifted from climate promoter to climate denier
 WASHINGTON—Republicans delight in skewering Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, the GOP-turned-...
Nov 1, 2010 | Read More
Tea Party Upsets Forcing GOP Away from Bipartisan Moderation
WASHINGTON—Even if most of the “tea party” candidates lose in the Nov. 2 midterm election, their...
Sep 15, 2010 | Read More
Nonpartisan observers say if GOP prevails, the party will have to abandon the politics of "no" and deliver solutions
WASHINGTON—Predictions that Republicans could dethrone Democrats as the majority party in one or...
Sep 14, 2010 | Read More
With elections looming, groups are crisscrossing the country to rebuke Republicans and Democrats alike for climate bill failure
WASHINGTON—Senators who are cool toward climate and energy legislation might suddenly think that...
Aug 10, 2010 | Read More
Poll data show mounting voter concern, desire for climate and energy solutions
WASHINGTON—Tick tock. As the sultry insufferable days of early July ooze toward the dog days of...
Jul 7, 2010 | Read More