Ohio attorney general approves green energy fund ballot initiative

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine approved a ballot initiative submitted by the group Yes for Ohio's Energy that would "instruct the state to take on $13 billion in debt over 10 years to pay for green energy improvements and support research in the field," Columbus Business First reports. If the initiative makes it onto the ballot and is passed, then the state would issue "$1.3 billion in bonds each year from 2013 to 2023 to pay for energy infrastructure improvements and research and development of green technology, such as solar, wind and geothermal energy," the article said. For more read the full story here.

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