Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Edwards, Obama and Clinton on Nuclear Energy

In last night's CNN/YouTube Democratic debate, one questioner asked the candidates what they thought about increasing the use of nuclear energy as a way to provide affordable electricity while constraining greenhouse gas emissions and promoting energy independence. Here's how Senators John Edwards, Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton answered the question:



This isn't the first time we've seen these candidates address the issue. For our file on Senator Edwards, click here. For Senator Obama, click here. For Senator Clinton, click here.

UPDATE: There's some discussion of this particular question over at MyDD.

ANOTHER UPDATE: More from The Daily Green.

FINAL UPDATE: Some thoughts from NJ Business Matters.

EVENING UPDATE: Some interesting thoughts from the Las Vegas Gleaner, while Common Dreams isn't happy with the proceedings at all.

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