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Governors urge Trump to support wind and solar power

A coalition of US state governors are calling for legislation to promote renewable energy and urging US President Donald Trump to support their cause. (Correction Wednesday, 11:12am (CET))

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Correction Wednesday, 11:12am (CET): remove reference to Ohio in third paragraph

A group of governors from both ends of the political spectrum are urging President Donald Trump to support renewable energy, saying the wind and solar industries are crucial economic engines for impoverished rural regions.

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