MVRDV wins bid to design Seoul’s High Line-inspired park

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New bill could cut $135 billion in subsidies to fossil fuel companies

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Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders and Minnesota congressman Keith Ellison recently proposed the “ End Polluter Welfare Act ” – a bill that seeks to end the federal subsidies provided to major players in the fossil fuel industry. How extensive are these subsidies? Oil Change International reports that in 2014 alone, US taxpayers provided $21 billion for fossil fuel exploration and production—in a year in which the five largest oil companies posted profits of more than $89.7 billion. Read the rest of New bill could cut $135 billion in subsidies to fossil fuel companies Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: baton rouge , bernie sanders , bobby jindal , corporate welfare , end polluter welfare act , exxon mobil , fossil fuel subsidy , gas subsidies , marathon petroleum , oil lobbying , oil refineries , oil subsidies , republican donors , Shell

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