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Dan Boyce

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Utilities Fight For Revenue Lost To Solar Power

Saturday, January 03, 2015

Solar energy had a banner year in 2014, but as more U.S. households make their own electricity, they're paying electric utilities less. Utility companies across the nation are fighting back.

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Congress Could Find Energy Compromise With Hydropower

Friday, January 02, 2015

With the Republicans in the majority in both the House and Senate in Washington, there will be changes in energy policy in the next few years. Republicans are pledging to approve the Keystone XL pipeline and to delay or derail the Obama administration's clean air proposals.

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School Facilities Strained By Boom In Petroleum Engineering

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Students want to cash in on that growing job market. Those high paying jobs are also attracting petroleum engineering professors. So there are fewer professors to teach ballooning classes.

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When The Power's Out, Solar Panels May Not Keep The Lights On

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

With the price of solar panels falling, more municipalities and homeowners are installing them. But having solar panels doesn't mean you won't lose power in a blackout โ€” at least not yet.

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To Resolve Feud Over Fracking, Colo. Democrats Turn To Plan C

Monday, August 11, 2014

Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper has declared a compromise to avert a fight over oil and gas drilling. It's meant to solve fracking-related disputes, but it also serves Democrats' political interests.

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Booming Oil Fields May Be Giving Sex Trafficking A Boost

Saturday, February 01, 2014

The oil rush in and around North Dakota has brought an influx of mostly male workers flush with cash. Law enforcement agencies and activists say that's creating ample opportunity for organized crime โ€” and that more must be done to prevent women from being forced into prostitution.

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Montana's State-Run Free Clinic Sees Early Success

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

A year ago, Montana opened the nation's first clinic for free primary healthcare services to its state government employees. It was pitched as a way to improve employee health but faced political opposition. A year later, the state says the clinic is saving money and diagnosing a host of issues.

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