StateImpact Pennsylvania: Texas Governor Rick Perry rolled out an energy policy he claims will create more than 1 million new jobs, during an appearance in Pittsburgh today.     The Republican presidential candidate’s plan boils down to this: ramp up domestic production by expanding off-shore drilling, opening up protected land like Alaska’s Artic National Wildlife Refuge, and scaling back the Environmental Protection Agency’s oversight roles.     The Post-Gazette’s Erich Schwartzel, who edits the paper’s Pipeline website, covered the event. He spoke to StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Scott Detrow about Perry’s plan.     {mp3}perry2way{/mp3}     StateImpact will cover other candidates’ energy platforms, as the presidential race develops."> StateImpact Pennsylvania: Texas Governor Rick Perry rolled out an energy policy he claims will create more than 1 million new jobs, during an appearance in Pittsburgh today.     The Republican presidential candidate’s plan boils down to this: ramp up domestic production by expanding off-shore drilling, opening up protected land like Alaska’s Artic National Wildlife Refuge, and scaling back the Environmental Protection Agency’s oversight roles.     The Post-Gazette’s Erich Schwartzel, who edits the paper’s Pipeline website, covered the event. He spoke to StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Scott Detrow about Perry’s plan.     {mp3}perry2way{/mp3}     StateImpact will cover other candidates’ energy platforms, as the presidential race develops."> StateImpact Pennsylvania: Texas Governor Rick Perry rolled out an energy policy he claims will create more than 1 million new jobs, during an appearance in Pittsburgh today.     The Republican presidential candidate’s plan boils down to this: ramp up domestic production by expanding off-shore drilling, opening up protected land like Alaska’s Artic National Wildlife Refuge, and scaling back the Environmental Protection Agency’s oversight roles.     The Post-Gazette’s Erich Schwartzel, who edits the paper’s Pipeline website, covered the event. He spoke to StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Scott Detrow about Perry’s plan.     {mp3}perry2way{/mp3}     StateImpact will cover other candidates’ energy platforms, as the presidential race develops."> Perry Rolls Out Energy Plan In Pittsburgh | State House Sound Bites | witf.org
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Perry Rolls Out Energy Plan In Pittsburgh

Written by Scott Detrow, StateImpact Pennsylvania Reporter | Oct 14, 2011 6:55 PM

From StateImpact Pennsylvania:

Texas Governor Rick Perry rolled out an energy policy he claims will create more than 1 million new jobs, during an appearance in Pittsburgh today.

 

The Republican presidential candidate’s plan boils down to this: ramp up domestic production by expanding off-shore drilling, opening up protected land like Alaska’s Artic National Wildlife Refuge, and scaling back the Environmental Protection Agency’s oversight roles.

 

The Post-Gazette’s Erich Schwartzel, who edits the paper’s Pipeline website, covered the event. He spoke to StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Scott Detrow about Perry’s plan.

 

{mp3}perry2way{/mp3}

 

StateImpact will cover other candidates’ energy platforms, as the presidential race develops.

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