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Posted Tue Sep 2 2008: from Public Campaign Action Fund:
Oil, Coal Industries Already Have Spent $427 Million On Politics, Policy, and Marketing in 2008 http://apocadocs.com/s.pl?1220392737
Today Public Campaign Action Fund, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to improving Americaís campaign finance laws, released a new analysis finding that the oil and coal industries spent $427.2 million so far this year of the year to shift public opinion and to capture the eyes, ears, and support of Congress on critical energy issues.... "With spending like this, itís clear that these polluting industries see much at stake in Congress," continued Nyhart.
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