Deepwater on the campaign trail

I would like to say our work here is done, but sadly that’s not the case.  But we are making progress – if Haldeman wins, at least we will know we have one more person at the State House that uses research and data to make decisions.

“I’m opposed to [the Deepwater Wind deal] as a fiscal conservative,” Haldeman said, citing research from Ocean State Policy Research Institute that found the project would increase energy costs. “Businesses are already failing. The price tag is not reasonable.”

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