CNBC Poll: Does The U.S. Have An Effective Energy Policy

Monday, 13 Jun 2011 | 10:47 AM ET
Energy and You - A CNBC Special Report
Energy and You - A CNBC Special Report

The U.S. has not passed major energy legislation since 2005, and that, The Energy Act of 2005, is considered deeply flawed.

Much has changed since then — from the energy-price spike of 2008 to theBPoil spill in the Gulf of Mexico to the nuclear meltdown in Japan. Meanwhile, recent legislative efforts have bogged down in partisan politics.

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