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U.S. taxpayers gouged by another bankrupt green company
Washington - Tuesday, another green company that received hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars in stimulus-grant money from the Obama administration filed for bankruptcy.
Op-Ed: American unions increase poverty rates
American unions are a major cause of unemployment in the U.S. and they have greatly increased the number of children and families living in poverty by stunting the U.S economy.
Op-Ed: U.S. taxpayers see red over green energy loans
One year after the Obama administration issued a $43 million guaranteed loan to a “green energy “firm called Beacon Power Co., the organization has filed for bankruptcy.
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President Obama examines a solar panel with Solyndra CEO Chris Gronet and the company's vice president Ben Bierman during a tour of Solyndra in 2010.
Solyndra manufacturing plant
Governor Patrick Tours A123 Systems, a company doing innovative work in the production of lithium ion batteries.
Photo credit Eugena Ossi / Governor's Office
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