Do you favor or oppose the Federal Government taking steps to reduce emissions of gases like carbon dioxide that cause global climate change?
Source: TargetPoint Consulting National Poll of 1,600 Registered Voters, 4/4-4/13/2014, MOE +/- 2.5%
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CRES Asked: As President, how would you address America’s energy, economic, and environmental security?
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I believe it is time our leaders come together to advance free-market solutions that will secure our energy future.
America is ready for a comprehensive energy strategy that encourages smart, market-driven investments in clean energy sources like wind, solar, and nuclear.
A comprehensive energy strategy will keep America moving forward and focused on the things we all care about - protecting our air and water, improving our national security, and strengthening our economy.
- Alternative energy choices must be embraced
On Aug. 6, Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions hosted an energy town-hall meeting and panel discussion featuring U.S. Rep. Congressman Carlos Curbelo, who represents the Keys and part of Miami-Dade County.
The meeting, which was live-streamed from Florida Keys Community
- Addressing climate change is presidential imperative
I’m that guy. At least that’s how presidential campaigns refer to me when they come to New Hampshire to court our votes.
Over the past six months, 16 Republican candidates have launched presidential campaigns and found their way up to