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Greenhouse gasses must be controlled

Dear Editor,
A number of news reports and columns have been in the media discussing the renewable electricity production tax credit, which is set to expire Dec. 31. They present the decision whether or not to extend the credit as a debate about the jobs created by the wind energy industry versus the cost of the subsidy. But the credit was not created for job stimulus; it was created to reduce the probable harm caused by greenhouse gas emissions.
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