Sen. Kerry: 'Enormous' money spent to preserve 'status quo' on energy
By Ben Geman - 04/20/12 02:36 PM EDT
The Bay State senator, on MSNBC Friday, took aim at coal-reliant power companies and the 2010 Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. FEC that allows unlimited corporate spending in elections.
“The reason we don’t have a solid energy policy in America, I have come to believe after leading the effort two years ago to try and get one, is that there are powerful interests in the country that spend an enormous amount of money to preserve the status quo,” Kerry said on “Morning Joe.”
For the full article on The Hill's E2 Wire environmental and energy blog, click here.
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