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In early March, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton let slip an unusual campaign promise—unemployment for coal miners and bankruptcy for their employers:

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What is the fastest growing source of renewable energy in America?  Is it all those windmills dotting the plains?  Is it the new geothermal resources harnessing the Earth’s heat from deep below our feet?  Or is it the wealth of hydroelectric power that provides a dispatch-able, dependable, resource for countless homes and businesses?  None of the above.  For the answer, look up—at the sun.

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Our nation’s next president must be ready to lead on Day One, so the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is  reaching out to "45" to share our policy vision. We are highlighting the issues that are most important to the employers, executives and entrepreneurs that create opportunities across the nation.  One of the most important issues is energy.   In addition to the Chamber's own perspectives, we're reaching out to accomplished experts to join our project. We're pleased to have one of the most accomplished legislators of his era, U.S.

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Our nation’s next president must be ready to lead on Day One, so the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is  reaching out to "45" to share our policy vision. We are highlighting the issues that are most important to the employers, executives and entrepreneurs that create opportunities across the nation.  One of the most important issues is energy—the subject of the letter below. 


 

Dear 45,

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The next stop in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s “Monumental Issues” tour of Washington, D.C., is the Lincoln Memorial, with Dan Byers and Heath Knakmuhs of the Energy Institute.

The public may visit the Lincoln Memorial 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Another thing we rely on 24/7: our electricity supply.

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