Industry officials warn of costs, job losses from cap-and-trade legislation

Denise McCord of the American Petroleum Institute speaks at a forum at MSC as Stuart Sanderson, right,  of the Colorado Mining Association listens.



Energy Forum 12-2-9
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Denise McCord of the American Petroleum Institute speaks at a forum at MSC as Stuart Sanderson, right,  of the Colorado Mining Association listens.

Energy consumers in western Colorado and across the nation will see higher costs for electricity, housing and travel, as well as the exporting of American jobs, under a cap-and-trade system…




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