Where Perry and White Stand on Energy Issues

Whoever wins the Texas governorship in November will face a variety of pressing questions concerning one of the state's biggest industries: energy. Texas is a top producer of natural gas, oil and, more recently, wind power. As things stand now, the state is coping with a federal moratorium on new deepwater oil drilling, bracing for federal action on climate change and other air pollution, preparing for an influx of electric cars and debating whether to enact a mandate for renewable energy sources other than wind

The following is a rundown of the gubernatorial candidates' positions on energy topics, drawn ...

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