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