Big Oil spends $69.5m on ads to get the Congress it wants

It's worth a lot to the oil and coal lobbies to get the Congress they want and the investment seems to be paying off The next Congress is expected to throw up a whole new set of roadblocks to Barack Obama's environmental agenda - from time-consuming investigations to budget cuts. So how much was the fossil fuel industries willing to pay to help cast out White House allies on energy and climate change? A lot, it turns out. Oil and coal lobby groups have ... Full Story »

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