Congress Passes Fiscal Year 2010 Budget, Called Greenest in Decades

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It’s been called the “greenest, most forward-looking budget” seen in decades, and late last week, the House and Senate both passed the Fiscal Year 2010 Budget Resolution, and it’s now been passed on to President Obama, who will almost certainly agree to pass it as well.2010 Budget Greenest

It’s been called the “greenest, most forward-looking budget” seen in decades, and late last week, the House and Senate both passed the Fiscal Year 2010 Budget Resolution, and it’s now been passed on to President Obama, who will almost certainly agree to pass it as well. The top priorities of the budget are a comprehensive clean energy act with long-term investments in renewable energy, with a strong focus also placed on ensuring clean drinking water and expanding the transportation system. Nearly all of the points in the budget work towards creating jobs and economic growth, and with the emphasis now being placed on environmentalism as well, we will surely be seeing the budget’s impacts in the near future.

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