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Will the economy take the wind out of Patrick's plan?

Progress made on green energy; but timetable is dicey

(Suzanne Kreiter/ Globe Staff/ File 2008)
By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / January 29, 2009

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Shortly after taking office in January 2007, Governor Deval Patrick made Massachusetts part of a landmark regional coalition to reduce greenhouse gases from area power plants. That April, he released a 13-page directive outlining some of his environmental policies. And in the nearly two years since, the state has produced a flood of green bills, mandates, orders, fledgling programs, and ... (Full article: 1131 words)

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