News bites: Obama-Romney showdown and energy, solar trade decision looms, and more

Reuters has the latest on the U.S.-China battle over solar panel imports.

From their report:

U.S. solar panel producers, who have already won preliminary duties on billions of dollars of solar panel imports from China, appear well positioned to win longer-term relief in coming weeks as the U.S. government makes its final decisions.

NPR looks at how Colorado voters feel about energy policy ahead of Wednesday night’s presidential debate in Denver, where the topic will likely surface.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) denied that his administration is scuttling potential hydraulic fracturing in the Empire State, The Albany Times Union reports.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Chinese businessmen President Obama blocked from acquiring Oregon wind farms are suing him.

Louisiana Sen. David Vitter (R) is not happy with BP’s handling of Gulf oil spill cleanup, The Associated Press reports.