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Daily Green Roundup - May 30, 2012

30 May 2012  |   Melissa Yeo

A series of attack ads from the Romney campaign say that a Romney administration would willingly give up America’s place in key clean energy industries to China, reflecting his disconnect with investing in the future. [Center for American Progress]

Republican super PACs, along with conservative groups like Karl Rove and the Koch brothers, plan to spend a record $1 billion on November’s elections for the White House and control of Congress. [Politico]

The coal industry is under siege – even in Kentucky, which has relied heavily on the fossil fuel for generations. Thanks to a concerted effort by environmental groups and new pollution regulations, more than a fifth of the coal-burning power plants in the country are expected to shut down in the next few years. [New York Times]

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