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    Frank T. Short

    Trustee,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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    We must use all of our domestic resources to keep energy costs as affordable as possible - and each state has different resources for doing that. In Indiana over 80% of our electricity is coal powered. We use it cleaner than ever before and it is one of the main reasons we are a top manufacturing state.

    Suzie Jaworowski

    State Senator,
    Fishers, Indiana

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    The results are in, as a state we must move away from coal and work to embrace new technologies that will leave our children and grandchildren with the same opportunities that we had.

    Pamela Hickman

    State Senator,
    Indianapolis

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    Improve our energy footprint and efficiencies. Pass the XL Pipeline and get people to work. Draft legislation for the EPA to work with oil companies to increase the number of oil processing refineries and upgrade and retrofit older ones.

    Cat Ping

    U.S. Representative,
    Indianapolis , Indiana

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    I am in strong support on decreasing reliance on fossil fuels and moving towards solar and wind energy.

    Elizabeth Landry

    Frederick, MD, Maryland

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    We must constantly strive to increase and improve our energy supplies. There has been a lot of controversy in my state over the coal industry. The industry is working hard to produce clean coal and to remain competitive in outside markets. We should permit all of these entities to work towards a better future and less dependence on foreign suppliers.

    Greg Crist

    Ansted, West Virginia

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